(2) The 'Three Laws of Robotics' first appeared in Asimov's 1942 short story 'Runaround', as outlined in 'Do We Need Asimov's Laws
?', MIT Technology Review, 16 May 2014, <https://www.technologyreview.eom/s/527336/do-we-need-asimovs-laws/ >, accessed 31 December 2017.
An author he might have looked to here is Thomas Schelling (1969), whose work on complex game-theoretic principles that might extend Asimov's laws
take the form of constraints on what an entity must not do.
"Isaac Asimov's Laws
of Robotics are wrong." Brookings Institution.
"Even robots designed to Asimov's laws
can collide with people.
In all of these developments, none of Asimov's laws
are being adhered to.
are iconic not only among engineers and science fiction enthusiasts, but the general public as well.
Sadly, the promise of robotics has not been fulfilled as rapidly as we had hoped: no need yet for Asimov's Laws
of Robotics, alas.