- Lisa Shay, Gregory Conti, Woodrow Hartzog, John Nelson & Dominic Larkin, Confronting Automated Law Enforcement
- F. Patrick Hubbard, Regulation of Liability For Risks of Physical Injury From “Sophisticated Robots”
- Sinziana Gutiu, Sex Robots and Roboticization of Consent
- Kristen Thomasen, Liar Liar Pants on Fire! Examining the Constitutionality of Enhanced Robo-Interrogation
- Josh Storrs Hall, Machine Agency
- Ajung Moon, Ergun Calisgan, Fiorella Operto, Gianmarco Veruggio & H.F. Machiel Van der Loos, Open Roboethics: Establishing an Online Community for Accelerated Policy and Design Change
Today’s robopromo is Amir Rahmani on, “Micro Aerial Vehicles: Opportunity or Liability”. It begins:
Unmanned Aerial Systems (UASs) pose a number of legal and regulatory issues when operating in national airspace. As a result, Congress tasked the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) with safely integrating UASs into our national airspace by 2014. However, Micro Aerial Vehicles (MAVs), which are small to medium-sized UASs, present additional concerns because they do not qualify for the 2014 FAA integration.
I think this sounds bad for the taco copter?