The Mistake of Giving Legal Value To Asimov Robotics’ Laws

In 1950, Isaac Asimov published Runaround, a short story where the famous Three Laws of Robotics were featured for the first time.
Today, Asimov’s Laws have become the rhetoric trick used by “artificial intelligence” and “intelligent robotics” experts.

Asimov’s Law are a brilliant literary invention but, from a legal standpoint, are flawed by a wrong assumption, i.e. the fact that robots are sentient being with autonomous will. Continue reading “The Mistake of Giving Legal Value To Asimov Robotics’ Laws”

Bloomberg’s Article Delivers Misleading Information on Robot Insecurity

Popular Robots are Dangerously Easy to Hack, Cybersecurity Firm Says” is an article by Jeremy Kahn published on Bloomberg Technology’s website that accounts for some vulnerabilities found in robot deployed in the industrial and home sectors. Continue reading “Bloomberg’s Article Delivers Misleading Information on Robot Insecurity”