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How to Sue a Robot

@article{Michalski2018HowTS,
  title={How to Sue a Robot},
  author={Roger Michalski},
  journal={Utah law review},
  year={2018},
  volume={2018},
  pages={3}
}
We are entering the age of robots where autonomous robots will drive our cars, milk cows, drill for oil, invest in stock, mine coal, build houses, pick strawberries, and work as surgeons. Robots, in mimicking the work of humans, will also mimic their legal liability. But how do you sue a robot? The current answer is that you cannot. Robots are property. They are not entities with a legal status that would make them amendable to sue or be sued. If a robot causes harm, you have to sue its owner… 
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