Books, journals, papers
THE NEW BREED: WHAT OUR HISTORY WITH ANIMALS REVEALS ABOUT OUR FUTURE WITH MACHINES, Henry Holt (forthcoming 2020).
“’Who's Johnny?’ Anthropomorphic Framing in Human-Robot Interaction, Integration, and Policy,” ROBOT ETHICS 2.0, eds. P. Lin, G. Bekey, K. Abney, R. Jenkins, Oxford University Press (2017).
CREATIVITY WITHOUT LAW: HOW COMMUNITIES AND MARKETS CHALLENGE THE ASSUMPTIONS OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, co-edited with A. Perzanowski, NYU Press (2017).
HRI Special Edition on Law and Policy, co-edited with Ryan Calo (2016).
Extending Legal Protections to Social Robots: The Effects of Anthropomorphism, Empathy, and Violent Behavior Towards Robotic Objects, in: ROBOT LAW, eds. M. Froomkin, R. Calo, I. Kerr, Edward Elgar (2016).
EN COMPAGNIE DES ROBOTS, avec Alain Bensoussan, Yannis Constantinidès, Premier Parallèle (2016).
Empathic concern and the effect of stories in human-robot interaction, with P. Nandy and C. Breazeal, PROCEEDINGS OF THE IEEE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON ROBOT AND HUMAN COMMUNICATION (ROMAN) 2015.
Occupy Copyright: A Law & Economic Analysis of U.S. Author Termination Rights, 63 BUFFALO LAW REVIEW 147 (2015).
What Drives IP without IP? – A Study of the Online Adult Entertainment Industry, 17 STANFORD TECHNOLOGY LAW REVIEW 655 (2014).
Contracting About the Future: Copyright and New Media, 10 NORTHWESTERN JOURNAL OF TECHNOLOGY & INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY 485 (2012).
Why Google’s Robot Personality Patent is not good for Robotics, IEEE SPECTRUM, April 8, 2015.
Children Beating Up Robot Inspires New Escape Maneuver System, IEEE SPECTRUM, Aug 6, 2015.
Digital Age Innovation: Challenges and Strategy in the Online Porn Industry, INA GLOBAL, March 17, 2014.
Extending Legal Protection to Social Robots, IEEE SPECTRUM, Sept 10, 2012.