Jack M. Balkin (Yale); The Three Laws of Robotics in the Age of Big Data; Ohio State Law Journal, Vol. 78, (2017), Forthcoming (real soon now, RSN), Yale Law School, Public Law Research Paper No. 592; 2016-12-29 → 2017-09-10; 45 pages; ssrn:2890965.
tl;dr → administrative laws [should be] directed at human beings and human organizations, not at [machines].
- machine operators are responsible
[for the operations of their machines, always & everywhere]
- businesses are responsible
[for the operation of their machines, always & everywhere]
- machines must not pollute
[in a sense to be defined later: e.g. by a "tussle"]
Love the erudition; but none of this is new.