The Effects of Robots on Privacy

In this chapter “Robots and Privacy,” author Ryan Calo, assistant professor at University of Washington – School of Law, outlines the effects of robots on privacy into three categories: direct surveillance; increased access; and social meaning, adding the goal of the paper is to introduce the reader to a wide variety of issues.

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