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“Minding the Machines” Ian Kerr, The Ottawa Citizen (04 May 2007).
Amid all the hype about South Korea’s proposed robot charter, let’s not forget the more important question of whether robots should assume human roles in the first place.
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Dr. Ian Kerr holds the Canada Research Chair in Ethics, Law & Technology at the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law. He also holds cross-appointments to the Faculty of Medicine and the Department of Philosophy.
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