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Robotics law: A potential future

The topic of robotics has intrigued creative imaginations for decades; in 2017, the subject is one that is increasingly dominating column inches, including in the legal press, as regulators and lawyers grapple with the legal issues that stem from the ever greater role robots are taking in our daily lives and in industry, particularly in relation to more autonomous robots. The issues for example include problems of liability as well as the matter of legal definitions. Here, Vladislav V. Arkhipov, Of Counsel at Dentons and Associate Professor at Saint Petersburg State University, discusses the regulation of robotics and shares his experience in helping develop a theoretical draft law on robotics in Russia.

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