Robot as a Legal Person

Authors : Payal Saroha; Matravi Mishra

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 7 - July

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This paper explains the concept of treating the robot as a legal person in the context of legal and technological developments. A robot as a legal person is intelligent and knows a lot more than a human being. The basic idea of personhood in our society is that first, we have a natural person like human beings who can hold all rights and duties and that kinds of the point of departure this natural person they can also get together and form what we know as a legal person, companies get together they conclude the contract and through and through this contract a company a legal person comes into existence. As their intelligence grows questions arise regarding their legal status. The concept of granting legal personhood to robots is a rapidly developing field in artificial intelligence. The idea is to treat robots as entities with legal rights and responsibilities, similar to human beings or corporations. As the field of robotics and AI continues to advance, the debate around robot personhood is likely to intensify and shape the future of our legal and ethical systems. In the last few years, robots have become more and more advanced, it has the capacity of performing tasks that were not possible for humans. This paper argues that treating robots as legal persons.


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