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#WeRobot 2015 on now in Seattle

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10 April 2015



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cropped-werobot-webheaderThe fourth annual We Robot conference on robotics, law and policy kicked off today in Seattle at the University of Washington School of Law. 

This 2-day event, chaired by Ryan Calo, covers issues in ethics, regulation, law and policy as they relate to robotics and to human-robot interaction.

Several past Robohub contributors will be presenting papers at the event, including Kate Darling, Peter Assaro, and Jason Millar. Andra Keay from Robohub will be part of the panel discussion “Robot Economics”. Watch Robohub’s blogroll for follow up coverage, and check out the action live in the tweets below:




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