Welcome to the RoboLaw Project!
The main objective of the RoboLaw project is to investigate the ways in which emerging technologies in the field of (bio-) robotics (e.g. bionics, neural interfaces and nanotechnologies) have a bearing on the content, meaning and setting of the law. The most important outcome of the RoboLaw project will consist of some "Guidelines on Regulating Robotics", containing regulatory suggestions for the European Commission, in order to establish of a solid framework of 'robolaw' in Europe. READ MORE >>
Deliverable D4.5 'Rethinking Legal Frameworks on Capacity and Disability in Light of Human Enhancement and Robotics' SUBMITTED. The output of this deliverable is the special issue on 'Ethical and Legal Aspects of Enhancing Human Capabilities through Robotics' in the international journal Law, Innovation and Technology, Volume 5, Number 2, December 2103