It’s Not the Robot’s Fault! Russian and American Perspectives on Responsibility for Robot Harms

by Bryant Walker Smith & Andrey Neznamov

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Abstract

As automated vehicles, personal robots, and other cyberphysical systems enter our world, law must confront important questions about civil liability for harms caused by these systems. Two legal scholars—one from Russia and one from the United States—come together to tackle these questions with an integrated approach that draws on the law of both countries.

It’s Not the Robot’s Fault! Russian and American Perspectives on Responsibility for Robot Harms

by Bryant Walker Smith & Andrey Neznamov

Click here for a PDF file of this article

Abstract

As automated vehicles, personal robots, and other cyberphysical systems enter our world, law must confront important questions about civil liability for harms caused by these systems. Two legal scholars—one from Russia and one from the United States—come together to tackle these questions with an integrated approach that draws on the law of both countries.