Human-Robot Interfaces Should Be Subject to Legal Protection

December 21, 2016      

Human-robot interactions, once confined to science fiction, are becoming part of daily life. In addition to manufacturing and automated teller machines, robot interfaces are replacing purely human interactions in variety of service-sector interactions. Soon, clerical work, transportation, and drive-through eateries will be automated. Some robots are becoming more human-like in appearance, interactions, and cognitive function.

In the realm of intellectual property law, however, robots are not ...

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