Steven Spielberg

Ethical problems predicted in the 1950s science-fiction writer Isaac Asimov, whose book 'I – Robot "recently filmed in Hollywood. Movie 'The Terminator' and 'Robocop' is also showed crazed mechanical guards. Present robots perform more prosaic problem: most common in Britain, robots – it's like self-Vacuum Scooba, lawnmowers like Robomow and toys like Robosapien. But designed machines, which are much more complicated. The National Health Service uses a robot named da Vinci for surgery in a London hospital, Guy s and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust. In Japan, robots like Honda's Asimo and Sony's Qrio can walk on two legs.

It is expected that more advanced versions that will appear only after 20 years, will be doing daily chores and care for the elderly. 'I hope that they will always be subordinated to – said science fiction writer Brian Aldiss. – But there is no doubt that we will very much depend on them. " Aldiss's story 'Superigrushki live all summer' (Supertoys Last All Summer Long) was the basis for Steven Spielberg's 'E' on the issue of whether it is possible to deny equal rights android that have become as intelligent as humans. Other dilemmas may occur sooner than we think, says Christensen. 'People are going to have sex with robots is not more than five years' – he said.

Do I need to set limits, for example, the appearance of such toys? But the biggest danger seems to be associated with a robot that can learn from their 'experience'. With the development of systems for robots may appear more sophisticated built-in mechanisms for self-learning and to predict their behavior becomes impossible. 'I believe that machine intelligence will appear until 2020 – said Ian Pearson, futurist from BT (Research Laboratory British Telecom. – Approx. Ed.). – If we embedded in the consciousness of the robot, it will be an android. This is an enormous ethical change. " Critics who say that up to smart robots far, robotics meet, the machines already have a huge impact on our lives, for example, Internet. New ethical guidelines for robots – Personal safety: provide control over human robot. – Public Safety: to prevent illegal use. – Personal information: data protection, which keeps the robot. – Ability to track: record of the robot. – Identification: each robot to supply proof of identity. Laws for Robot Isaac Asimov – A robot may not injure a human or may be its inactivity contribute to harm humans. – A robot must obey the orders of a person if they are not in contradiction with the first law. – A robot must protect itself if it does not conflict with other zakonaminam intellect and I would prefer to give priority to people '