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There are several reasons why a robot with AI would be incapable of committing a crime.
Programming and ethical constraints: Artificial intelligence is created and programmed by humans, who can set strict boundaries on what the AI can or cannot do. Programmers ensure they follow ethical guidelines when building AI systems to prevent any potential harmful actions.
Lack of intentionality: Criminal intent is an essential element in committing crimes, but robots with artificial intelligence systems lack this human capacity for intentional conduct. They act solely based on their programming rather than having free will to decide whether or not to commit criminal acts.
Supervision by humans: Most AI-driven robots operate under close supervision from their creators, users, or operators while performing tasks that could potentially lead them into committing wrongful acts; thus ensuring proper guidance and behavior control.
4.Manual override ability: If an artificial intelligent robot appears to be taking actions outside its intended purpose or behaving unexpectedly, it should have safety mechanisms allowing administrators to shut down the system before any crime occurs.
However, it’s important to consider situations where poorly-programmed AIs might unintentionally cause harm as well – such instances need robust legal frameworks for accountability without placing blame on machines which don’t possess consciousness or true intentions.