How will criminal law change with the appearance of holograms and robots outwardly indistinguishable from humans?

How will criminal law change with the appearance of holograms and robots outwardly indistinguishable from humans?

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answers (2)

Answer 1
July, 2021
  • Not essential, I think. Machines (apart from artificial intelligence) are unlikely to be perceived as a subject of law in the understanding of Criminal (substantive) law. I believe that robots / holograms have appeared now - crimes with their use could quite successfully fit into the current norms of the Criminal Code (RF, Ukraine, RB - it does not matter.)

Another thing is that "forensics" would have to be seriously modernized so that investigators, when investigating crimes, take into account the new conditions of reality and current trends.

Answer 2
July, 2021

Will change, and in a very drastic way. From a legal point of view, I will not answer you with full confidence, but I can assume that it will be necessary to create a separate legal institution, or institutions that regulate relations between a person and a non-person. Such situations are described in many science fiction films, "Blade Runner" for example, when it becomes necessary to create a body to control and capture this kind of humanoid.

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