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Robot rights: at what point should an intelligent machine be considered a ‘person’?

If a machine can think, decide and act on its own volition, if it can be harmed or held responsible for its actions, should we stop treating it like property and start treating it more like a person with rights?




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    Bosch Australia Manufacturing Solutions

    October 17, 2016
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    This whitepaper shows how Bosch’s engineers from the Manufacturing Solutions division are highly skilled at understanding the entire lifecycle of a project, starting at its genesis ...
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    Electrical Actuators For Continuous Underwater Use

    October 05, 2016
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    The SA multi-turn actuator for continuous underwater use by AUMA opens up new applications for electric actuators – for water supply, in hydropower plants and underwater valves in general. ...
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    Growth and Decarbonization: How Smart Utilities Contribute

    September 12, 2016
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    This whitepaper demonstrates how electric utilities can leverage technological advancements and reach beyond traditional operational boundaries to address the increasing worldwide demand for energy and reduced ...
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    A breakthrough in corrosion resistance

    August 24, 2016
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    Corrosion is a real problem. According to research by Curtin University of Technology it may be costing the Australian economy more than $30 billion each year. Within industrial environments, ...
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