Roberto Labruto

Roberto Labruto
Leonardo Aircraft · Research & Development

Doctor of Engineering

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This document is a contribution to provide some elements to understand and address the Ethical, Legal and Societal issues (ELS) in robotics. This document “Ethical and Legal and Societal issues in robotics” together with the annex document “suggestion for a green paper on legal issues in robotics” constitutes the deliverable D3.2.1 of euRobotics p...
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This document contains a description of legal issues in robotics together with a set of recommendations and some elements for a roadmap to overcome any problems we identified. The document is the result of one of the first transnational dialogues between the law community and the robotics community. It is meant to stimulate a debate on this topic....
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The sector of robotics develops rapidly at the moment. Law is not already prepared for the aspects coming with this new technology. This regards not only to research and development but also to application and use of this systems. Some legal areas like liability or admission are already debated at the moment. In this paper other crucial problems li...
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Robotics is now having an exponential growth and the achievement of the singularity (the point where the artificial systems' capabilities will reach and exceed humans' ones) in the course of a few decades is expected to be on the forefront. From a legal point of view several questions arise, such as (among others) the market standards to apply to s...
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Over the last few years successful coordination activities have been undertaken within the academic and industrial robotics communities (EURON and EUROP), but both communities still struggle to overcome the community-internal problems regarding terminology and suboptimally coordinated transfer of research visions, technology, and people. The Europe...

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