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We need to investigate when robots cause accidents - here's why and how

'The increase in the number of robots will naturally see a rise in the number of accidents they’re involved in'. Image: UNSPLASH/ Possessed Photography

Keri Grieman

Research Associate, Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford

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'When a robot malfunctions, we need to understand why.' Image: UNSPLASH/ThisisEngineering RAEng

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