At what point, if there is a point, ought the law hold robots liable?

In Defining Autonomy in the Context of Tort Liability: Is Machine Learning Indicative of Robotic Responsibility? Katherine D Sheriff (Emory Law) “focuses on the extent to which machine learning heightens robotic accountability, and asks, at what point ought the law hold robots liable because the decision creating the harm was not a function of software programming on the front end, but a function of robotic choice?” Interesting. — Joe

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