For decades, we have been using, managing refrigerators, automobiles and mobile phones. In short, machines. However, no one has thought, until now, that such machines could be rights holders. Machines so far have been “objects” of rights (ownership, possession, responsibility) and certainly not “subjects” of right. How is this? For the simple reason that only recently these machines have begun to have their own forms of artificial intelligence that begin to make it doubtful that they can assume a certain decision-making autonomy. Can be these machines the holders of their own legal situations? The robots of a hundred years ago were nothing more than a literary invention of Karel Capek. A fascinating invention for the immediate development that robots have had in the science fiction literature of the following years. To the extent that a visionary like Asimov managed to establish the laws of robotics. It was 1942. But today we are really about to have to write these laws. Not only because the rights of human beings are profoundly changing, but also because the rights of machines are beginning to take shape.

Celotto, A. (2019). Derechos de los robots. REVISTA DERECHOS EN ACCIÓN(11), 271.

Derechos de los robots

Celotto alfonso
2019

Abstract

For decades, we have been using, managing refrigerators, automobiles and mobile phones. In short, machines. However, no one has thought, until now, that such machines could be rights holders. Machines so far have been “objects” of rights (ownership, possession, responsibility) and certainly not “subjects” of right. How is this? For the simple reason that only recently these machines have begun to have their own forms of artificial intelligence that begin to make it doubtful that they can assume a certain decision-making autonomy. Can be these machines the holders of their own legal situations? The robots of a hundred years ago were nothing more than a literary invention of Karel Capek. A fascinating invention for the immediate development that robots have had in the science fiction literature of the following years. To the extent that a visionary like Asimov managed to establish the laws of robotics. It was 1942. But today we are really about to have to write these laws. Not only because the rights of human beings are profoundly changing, but also because the rights of machines are beginning to take shape.
Celotto, A. (2019). Derechos de los robots. REVISTA DERECHOS EN ACCIÓN(11), 271.
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