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Space Law

'Robots will lead space exploration'

30 Jun 2020 at 17:41 BST

Space law advisor Chris Johnson asks whether the law can keep up with the rapid pace of new developments in space exploration

Country focus: rising world leader in robotics

China’s AI and Robotics Arms Race

14 Nov 2019 at 12:14 BST

From judgebots to Intellectual Property to killer robots, China is pushing the legal boundaries of AI and robotics as it fights for market share and power.

57 nations support campaign against LAWS

Campaign puts pressure on Japan to act on killer robots

23 Oct 2019 at 13:37 BST

Activists against the development of robots able to select and attack targets without any human input have accused the United States and Russia of frustrating international efforts aimed at outlawing the development of these weapons.

Country focus looks at a world leader in robotics

USA: A Crucible for Regulation?

14 Aug 2019 at 10:39 BST

Is it significant that America is the first country to have the first human killed by a robot? That incident, fear of job losses, the proliferation of robotic applications is raising a raft of questions on law and policy in the United States.

Country focus looks at the home of digital Talinn

Estonia: a robotically transformative nation

26 Jul 2019 at 13:11 BST

Estonia is an enigmatic centre for pioneering robotics. As a country, it connects the dots between Scandinavia, Central Europe and what lies to the east. Estonia’s capital Tallinn is the best preserved medieval city in Northern Europe. About 50% of the country is forest. The country may only have a population of 1.3 million, but Estonia’s digital landscape is exciting great interest globally.

Part of San Diego's IPP consortium, alongside Uber

Drones as first responders

24 Jul 2019 at 14:49 BST

Drones are increasingly being used by police and fire departments for a variety of tasks, from giving better overhead visuals to assist workers on the ground, improving the safety of firefighters, even being used in hostage situations. But this is just the start of how Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) will be able improve the performance of public safety officials.

FAA Reauthorisation Act mandates changes

FAA's changes for recreational drones

08 Jul 2019 at 14:32 BST

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is implementing changes for recreational drone flyers mandated by Congress in the FAA Reauthorisation Act of 2018.

China aims to dominate AI with "hardball" approach

Researchers explore how artificial intelligence could impact our lives by 2025

05 Jul 2019 at 11:58 BST

A research project looking at how artificial intelligence (AI) will impact the way we live in the future has offered fresh insights into technologies that could be available in the next six years.

Global footage emerges from an insurance disruptor

Dropping drones into the insurance sector

29 May 2019 at 16:57 BST

In 2015 a startup in LA started to make waves with its use of UAVs in the insurance world. DropIn has continued to make progress, with its network of Droperators (drone operators) ready to survey and make an appraisal with live video streaming, facilitated by a UAV, significantly cutting down the time and financial investment normally associated with making a claim.

Singapore aims to be gateway for Asian robotics

Country Focus: Singapore – Economic concerns drive big ambitions

23 May 2019 at 13:09 BST

Singapore sees itself as a pioneer and is certainly seeking to prove bigger is not always better. Today Singapore is a densely packed regional financial hub with a population of some 5.7 million.

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