The race race, in which people need to stay one step ahead of robots: an international team of scientists going to publish a 'code of ethics "for machines that are becoming harder and harder. While the nightmarish picture of the world ruled by Terminators, it may seem fantastic, scientists believe that it is time to establish a framework of interaction between humans and robots right now, until the development of robots sverhumnyh not out of control. 'There two levels of priorities – said Gianmarco Verrudzho, robotics at the Institute of Systems Intelligence in Genoa and the main creator of leadership, which will publish in July. – We need to manage the ethics of scientists creating robots, and ethics of artificial robots themselves. " Verrudzho and his colleagues have identified key areas: ensuring human control over robots, preventing illegal use, protecting data acquired by robots; clear identification and the ability to track vehicles. "Scientists must start the analysis of these issues and to understand whether for laws and regulations to protect citizens – said Verrudzho. – The robot will be a powerful intellect, and in some respects it will be perfect the human intellect.
" 'But the UTB is strange culmination of analysis was the conference held in Genoa, the European research network on Robotics (EURON), to discuss issues that may occur to the extent that, as robots become smarter, faster, stronger and more widespread. 'Serious concern is the safety and sex' – said a member of the ethics of EURON Henrik Christensen. The extent to which robots allowed affect people's lives? How to avoid accidents? Is it possible to prevent the intentional infliction of harm? What happens if the robot will be capable of sexual activity? 'The question is how much power we delegate machines – said Robert Arkin, professor of robotics at Georgia Tech. – Are we going to, for example, to give robots the ability to use deadly force or any force such as crowd control? " Future code – is a sign that reality has caught up with science fiction. .