Gaming, robots and criminal law

Jacques-André Dupuy (Operantis)”Nous faisons du serious game pour les pilotes d’avion” (JDN 25 June 2009)
Use of 3D games to train pilot – positive use of technology, but one cannot be left but to wonder whether the reality of those games could have adverse effects in certain conditions and be responsible for more violence?

And what if the robots copy ‘bad’ behaviours and commit crimes? fiction? not so much if one believes this article about a child robot which memory increases by copying real human behaviour. “CB2 : parfait pour un prochain film d’horreur” http://www.journaldunet.com/hightech/salon-multimedia/dossier/ils-sont-la-et-nous-ressemblent-les-robots/cb2-parfait-pour-un-prochain-film-d-horreur.shtml
this made me think about the work of Michelle Hildebrand from Rotterdam/Brussels…

About Audrey Guinchard

Senior Lecturer @ University of Essex (UK)
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