Society must decide if it 'will accept relationships between humans and robots'

Rapid advances in technology mean cyborgs, or human-like robots, are no longer a vision of a distant future.
Earlier this year researchers announced they had created robot ‘scientists’ – complete with the ability to think for themselves.
As the machines become more sophisticated, they will increasingly seem more like humans and could demand ‘human rights’, Anna Russel, from the University of San Diego warns.

Full article by Kate Devlin on The Telegraph



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