Do We Need a Bill of Rights for Robots?

It would be an extremely interesting ACLU Board of Directors meeting talking about at what point a machine would have enough attributes in common with people. 

I didn’t know if a robot could ever actually get to the point of having rights under the Constitution. The Constitution has a number of different nouns that it uses to describe who it applies to.  Some of the rights are only for citizens.  A lot of the rights are for persons.  And I think to start defining a robot as a person is a little beyond my expertise.

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