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This article is the conclusion to my three-part review of Robophobia by Professor Andrew Woods. Robophobia, 93 U. Colo. L. Rev. 51  (Winter, 2022). See here for Part 1 and Part 2 of my review. This may seem like a long review, but remember Professor Woods article has 24,614 words, not that I’m counting, including […]

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This article continues my review of Robophobia by Professor Andrew Woods. See here for Part 1. I want to start off Part 2 with a quote from Andrew Woods in the Introduction to his article, Robophobia, 93 U. Colo. L. Rev. 51  (Winter, 2022). Footnotes omitted. Deciding where to deploy machine decision-makers is one of […]

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This blog is the first part of my review of one of the most interesting law review articles I’ve read in a long time, Robophobia. Woods, Andrew K., Robophobia, 93 U. Colo. L. Rev. 51  (Winter, 2022). Robophobia provides the first in-depth analysis of human prejudice against smart computer technologies and its policy implications. Robophobia […]

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