Considering this increasing autonomy,it is the given robots definition that acquire precision. These developments are inevitably accompanied by legal and ethical issues. Whether on liability or protection of privacy, the robot can no longer be considered as a machine like any others.
A reflection on the robots rights and ethics is then defined, according to the evolution of our perception and our uses of robots performing simple intelligent acts up to human partners.
Monday, December 14, 2015 from 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM (EST)
Carrefour d’innovation INGO (ÉTS) – 355 Rue Peel. Creativity Hub on 4th floor. Montreal, QC H3C CA – See the map
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Élisabeth Lehagre, lawyer specialized in technology law with 15 years of activity as a corporate lawyer, particularly in the areas of computing and telecommunications. She is also a member of the BUG association board.
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