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Comments on Asimov's First Law Of Robotics Real-Life Beta
Japan makes a serious effort to make sure robots first do no harm. (Read the complete story)

"it has been claimed on goal-theoretic and epistemological grounds, that the Asimov laws are wrong way to make artificial intelligence friendly."
( 5/26/2006 11:40:14 PM)
"can robot feel sad, angry , love ?"
(purnomo,amal 6/16/2006 11:19:34 PM)
"Domestic robots will make people idle and indirectly injure whole body of humanbeing"
(N K SARANGI 7/31/2006 12:12:18 AM)
"I doubt a robot can feel, they can probably have sensors that detect when they are being damaged physically so they can avoid the need for repair, and one can argue the philosophy of signal interpretation as feeling. But no, they can't feel attachment, desire, or longing; they just donít have the chemical interaction within the brain to form the kind of addiction that is referred to by most as love and attachment, but neither do some people so donít feel bad for them."
( 8/2/2006 12:14:26 PM)
"is there any big different from their new laws of robot compared with issac asimov"
(ibk 8/10/2006 1:00:29 AM)
"in future,our world technology should reduce low level human burdon."
(siva 8/15/2006 3:43:26 PM)
"is Asimov's law of robotics under copyright protection?"
( 8/15/2006 11:15:10 PM)
"1.The use of Roborts as fire fighters -What's the latest on this technology? 2.Is it possible to have robrets as body guards? "
(Oschi 8/18/2006 5:06:27 AM)

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