Who’s at fault when a robot behaves badly?
By John Edwards
August 10, 2012
Many legal and robotics experts hold the view that robots lack free will and therefore cannot be held morally accountable for their actions.
But University of Washington psychologists are finding that ordinary people don’t have such a clear-cut view of humanoid robots.
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