Frank A. Pasquale III; Toward a Fourth Law of Robotics: Preserving Attribution, Responsibility, and Explainability in an Algorithmic Society; Ohio State Law Journal, Vol. 78, 2017, U of Maryland Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2017-21; 2017-07-14; 13 pages; ssrn:3002546.
tl;dr → A comment for Balkin. To wit:
- Balkin should have supplied more context; such correction is supplied herewith.
- More expansive supervision is indicated; such expansion is supplied herewith.
- Another law is warranted; not a trinity, but perfection plus one more
Four Laws, here and previous:
- machine operators are always responsible for their machines.
- businesses are always responsible for their operators.
- machines must not pollute.
- A [machine] must always indicate the identity of its creator, controller, or owner.
Love the erudition; but this is just like planes, trains & automobiles.