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Robots are people too : how Siri, Google Car, and artificial intelligence will force us to change our laws / John Frank Weaver.

by Weaver, John Frank.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Santa Barbara, Calif. : Praeger, An imprint of ABC-CLIO, LLC, c2014Description: viii, 234 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9781440829451 .Subject(s): Artificial intelligence -- Law and legislation | Artificial intelligence -- Social aspects | Technology and lawDDC classification: 343.0999 W363
Contents:
It's not what Isaac Asimov promised, but artificial intelligence is here -- How to sue a robot: liability and AI -- The Uniform Artificial intelligence Act and the regulation of AI -- In Robots Parentis: when robots have custody of a child (or an adult) -- RIMBY (Robots in My Backyard) -- AI and the fourth amendment -- The forthcoming United Nations conventions on artificial intelligence -- What does a robot own? -- Can AI be good for us?
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Main / Collection principale 343.0999 W363 (Browse shelf) Available

Includes index.

v. 45 no. 2 (Summer 2016) Selected Accessions List -- Law

Includes bibliographical references (p. [187]-1996) and index.

It's not what Isaac Asimov promised, but artificial intelligence is here -- How to sue a robot: liability and AI -- The Uniform Artificial intelligence Act and the regulation of AI -- In Robots Parentis: when robots have custody of a child (or an adult) -- RIMBY (Robots in My Backyard) -- AI and the fourth amendment -- The forthcoming United Nations conventions on artificial intelligence -- What does a robot own? -- Can AI be good for us?

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