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Criminal Responsibility for Robots

March 8, 2013

Gabriel Hallevy is “a professor of criminal law in the faculty of law, Ono Academic College, which is the largest faculty of law in Israel.”

His new book is “When Robots Kill: Artificial Intelligence in Criminal Law” and he is featured in an interview with Dylan Matthews of the Washington Post: “How to punish robots when they inevitably turn against us”

Hallevy also has a 2011 SSRN paper on similar issues entitled, “Virtual Criminal Responsibility” and see profile in Boston Globe “Should we put robots on trial?” by Leon Neyfakh:

As machines get smarter — and sometimes cause harm — we’re going to need a legal system that can handle them.

From → Academics, criminal

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