Sabine Gless & Helena Whalen-Bridge
Human-Robot Interactions: Legal Blame, Criminal Law and Procedure Comparative Law Project
Robots are on the rise. Increasingly, we cooperate with standalone machines that help us with our chores, such as the automated vacuum cleaner or lawn mower, as well as with programs that are integrated into everyday objects, like driver-assistance systems in modern cars. These robots share the responsibility of a task and, at the same time, gather and process information in order to carry out actions autonomously, based on processing large amounts of data and machine-learning techniques, including Artificial Intelligence (AI).