A unique and entertaining look at the ethical issues in the computer science profession, this book tells the fictional story of a robot programmed to automate an assembly line that ended up taking the life of a worker. Using a variety of materials, from newspaper clippings, interviews, and the trial manuscript, the book explores the full complexity of the topic and the need to take into account the qhuman factor.qJohnson told George to finish Robbie by the first of January or a#39;heads would roll. ... They spent six months reading manuals. ... In fact, the Robotics Division of Silicon Techchronics had been operating heavily in the red since its inception six anbsp;...
|Title||:||The case of the killer robot|
|Author||:||Richard G. Epstein|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons Inc - 1996-08-24|