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Old 01-14-2019, 07:49 AM   #1985
Irish Wolf
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Default Re: Real-Life Weirdness

Originally Posted by Dr. Beckenstein View Post
Finally, robot turns against robot.

Does anybody really believes that this was an accident?

And which of Asimov's laws violates this?
1st Law: A robot may not injure a human, nor through inaction allow a human to come to harm.

2nd Law: A robot must obey all orders given to it, except where this would violate the 1st Law.

3rd Law: A robot must protect its own existence, except where such protection would violate the 1st or 2nd Laws.

And of course, the 0th Law, overriding all others: A robot may not injure humanity, nor through inaction allow humanity to come to harm.

Robot-on-robot violence? Not a problem by the Asimovian Laws of Robotics. :)
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