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STEVEN DE SCHRIJVER CONTRIBUTES ARTICLE “THE FUTURE IS NOW: LEGAL CONSEQUENCES OF ELECTRONIC PERSONALITY FOR AUTONOMOUS ROBOTS” TO WHO’S WHO LEGAL

19.1.2018

Astrea corporate and technology partner Steven De Schrijver has contributed an article entitled “The Future is Now: Legal Consequences of Electronic Personality for Autonomous Robots” to the features section of the Who’s Who Legal website (http://whoswholegal.com), published by Law Business Research Limited.

In this article, Steven De Schrijver assesses the development of autonomous robots and the legal challenges that they pose.

To read the complete article please use the following link: The Future is Now: Legal Consequences of Electronic Personality for Autonomous Robots.

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STEVEN DE SCHRIJVER CONTRIBUTES ARTICLE “THE FUTURE IS NOW: LEGAL CONSEQUENCES OF ELECTRONIC PERSONALITY FOR AUTONOMOUS ROBOTS” TO WHO’S WHO LEGAL

Astrea corporate and technology partner Steven De Schrijver has contributed an article entitled “The Future is Now: Legal Consequences of Electronic Personality for Autonomous Robots” to the features section of the Who’s Who Legal website (http://whoswholegal.com), published by Law Business Research Limited.

In this article, Steven De Schrijver assesses the development of autonomous robots and the legal challenges that they pose.

To read the complete article please use the following link: The Future is Now: Legal Consequences of Electronic Personality for Autonomous Robots.