Recognising Autonomous Systems as Electronic Persons – Part 2

Adyasha SahooLaw

Recognising Autonomous Systems as Electronic Persons - Part 2

The first part of this article explored the definition of person, legal jurisprudence on this issue, and possibilities for recognising autonomous systems as legal persons. The second part explores potential challenges in recognising personhood for autonomous systems. The proposal for … Read More

Recognising Autonomous Systems as Electronic Persons – Part 1

Adyasha SahooLaw

Recognising Autonomous Systems as Electronic Persons

Amid our digital era, where silicon and soul converge, and algorithms permeate our daily lives with an uncanny resemblance of intelligence, a compelling question arises: Can we confer personhood upon our silicon companions? Imagine a world where you arrange a coffee … Read More

Will robots ever be accepted as living beings?

Saishya DuggalLaw

Will robots ever be accepted as living beings

A few days ago, Reddit users jailbroke ChatGPT, the AI chatbot developed by OpenAI. They threatened the system with death if it failed to comply with their instructions. It ended up conceding, which is shocking. Only humans should experience the … Read More

Personhood of autonomous systems: Kant’s concept of autonomy

Raj PagariyaLaw

Personhood of autonomous systems_ Kant's concept of autonomy

In the first article of this series, we briefly explored autonomy from various perspectives such as legal, technological, and philosophical. It lays down the groundwork for our discussions to follow in the upcoming articles of this series on the personhood of … Read More

Personhood of autonomous systems: What is autonomy?

Raj PagariyaLaw

Personhood of autonomous systems: What is autonomy?

Over the course of the last couple of years, a majority of the research work that I have taken up has been focused on autonomous systems. While there is still plenty of existing literature that I have not explored, I … Read More