Professor Dr. Mary-Anne Williams of the University of Technology, Sydney Innovation & Enterprise Research Laboratory and CodeX: The Stanford Center for Computers and Law, and Ryan Calo, Esq. of the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School, discuss robots and the law, on The Week in Law Webcast for 17 July 2010 (TWiL 69: Do Lawyers Dream of Electric Sheep?).
The discussion addresses legal information processing by robots, and robots’ capability of playing roles in legal institutions, as well as a range of other legal, ethical, and psychological issues respecting robotics.
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