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In this block I can see the historical overview of the main record of the singularity, in this case we will focus on the theories of John W. Campbell and Isaac Asimov science fiction parents in regard to legal robotics original form in 1940.

Both John W. Campbell and Isaac Asimov, between two created in the beginning the three basic laws of robotics and the most famous of all

1. A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to harm.

2. A robot must obey orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law

3. A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law

These first three laws, created after a night of reflections with John W. Campbell, are what have led not only to science fiction, but to the creation of a new model of software development based on legal premises. The robot was assumed increasingly advanced and these two artists believed that the technological singularity was closer than they thought and why they created these three first laws to achieve if not could pose a danger to the human race.

But later they supplemented these three laws with zero ACT, more unknown

0. A robot may not injure humanity or, through inaction, allow humanity to come to harm

What started to add some more complexity to the legal system created, requiring a minimum of interpretation to be applied to a hypothetical logic social system of coexistence between robots and humans.

All this can mean only science fiction, but considering that now, if we are really close to reaching the singularity, they return to have more presence than ever.

It is necessary to implement a series of basic measures for any development of artificial intelligence software have derived a set of basic parameters inherent in their manufacture. We must not think only of "robots" but we have to think beyond artificial intelligence, uniqueness come in the form of artificial intelligence long before a robot physically and that is the danger of artificial intelligence.

The need to legislate around the singularity is given by the need to create a safe environment where all creation development of artificial intelligence starts from the same base from which to build future society based on technological external aid.

The creation of basic laws governing the Artificial Intelligence derived from the Technological Singularity is given by security needs. To live in a safe environment, you need to create a series of laws to this new field, in order to comply strictly and any artificial creation is secure.

They were so bad misguided to say these four laws, because those are the cornerstone on which to develop new laws on construction and development of intelligent software.

In the next issue we'll talk, Legal Singularity Concept currently being developed by David Woods (Ohio State University) and Robin Murphy (Texas A & M), its current situation and state of legal technology.

Let's not forget that technology should serve to help develop, not to control the evolution.

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