Brave New World of Robot Litigants, Soldiers, Escorts

The interrogator-bots — displayed on screens in kiosks at border checkpoints — will ask questions while flashing pictures of weapons or drugs, then decide whether the answers are truthful from data collected by sensors monitoring involuntary responses like breathing and heartbeat. The robots even have the ability to switch from good-cop to bad-cop modes depending on how a suspect responds.

 
“The kiosk from Hell!” exclaimed another panelist, Stanford law school’s Ryan Calo, who then offered up an even more ominous scenario: What’s to stop police from recruiting your robots to inform on you?
 
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