Neat feature on Wired re: ethics for the robot age. Though its less ethics and more “what if” speculation with some ethical questions thrown in.
3. Should robots excrete byproducts? When cars were invented, no one imagined that hundreds of millions of them would spew carbon monoxide into the atmosphere. But they do, and yet we still feel entitled to drive them. Imagine the pollution levels if we add hundreds of millions of robots powered by internal combustion engines.