Monday, March 12, 2007
Didn't Asimov already take care of this?
An ethical code to prevent humans abusing robots, and vice versa, is being drawn up by South Korea. The Robot Ethics Charter will cover standards for users and manufacturers and will be released later in 2007.
I hope we're still going to be allowed to make them clean the damn house and have the female robots dress slutty.
Posted by J at 4:00 PM
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