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How New Technology Could Create New Legal Problems

July 09,2016 06:06

A few years ago, Japanese technology company NEC unveiled a robot named Sophie that its inventors said could conduct job interviews. Sophie not only asked questions of job candidates, but it also studied their faces for changes in expressions that ...and more »

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