Jan 222011
 January 22, 2011  Posted by  Misc

Philip Spiegel reports:

Robots are becoming more pervasive and capable but also have the potential to compromise our privacy, says M. Ryan Calo, leader of the Consumer Privacy Project at Stanford Law School.

Calo spoke Friday at an Ethics at Noon lecture at Stanford, arguing that though robotics are the next transformative technology, we need to make them more secure so our privacy is not put in jeopardy.

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