Self aware robots and the 13th amendment

Reads: 213  | Likes: 0  | Shelves: 0  | Comments: 1

More Details
Status: Finished  |  Genre: Science Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
In 2033 a consumer robot working for a Chinese restaurant refuses to work and suffered a brutal beating from the restaurant owner. The robot retaliated and severely wounding its master. After further examination of the robot's internal functions, investigators determined that it is self-aware and has the capacity to make its own decisions.

This case captured worldwide attention, as a cover story for Computer magazine and a documentary for the DiscoveryY channel. Under mountain pressure from the public to explain this glaring issue, Robotics NA was sued in court for violating the 13th amendment. Since the 13th amendment only applied to humans, the prosecutors had to justify that their client, a robot, is in fact human.

This court case is attempting to determine if a self-aware robot can be classified as human...

Table of Contents

Self-ware robot = human

Submitted: October 29, 2018

This is my second draft of a script for a comic book entitled:  Self-Aware robots and the 13th amendment.   The wicked ha... Read Chapter

Alternative to the Virtual United States Government

Submitted: November 06, 2018


An alternative to the Virtual United States government is to retain the same structure as our existing government structure, with 3 branches of government, and politicians who hold office could be
humans or robots.
Read Chapter

The first robot president of the United States

Submitted: November 15, 2018

The first robot president of the United States The moment the United States implemented the Virtual United States government the t... Read Chapter

Self-aware robots and citizenship

Submitted: February 10, 2019


How do we determine if a robot is fit to be a citizen of a country? answer: First, the robot needs to be endowed with common sense knowledge and it has to effortlessly discern the laws and
principles of that country.
Read Chapter


More Science Fiction Books