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Submission + - How Should the Law Think About Robots? (ssrn.com)

An anonymous reader writes: With the personal robotics revolution imminent, a law professor and a roboticist (called Professor Smart!) argue that the law needs to think about robots properly. In particular, they argue that we should avoid "the Android Fallacy" — the idea that robots are just like us, only synthetic. Direct link for download: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/Delivery.cfm/SSRN_ID2263363_code400644.pdf?abstractid=2263363&mirid=1.
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