The Tale of the Robots Appendix

September 9, 2010
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Rule 66: A robot shall not touch in anyway, shape or form, a human. However, if a human is not responsive to the robot, then the robot may use CPR and any other means to save the human. If the human is alive but passed out, then the robot is restricted to touch the human no matter what. This is after the Axel incident when the ship killed the captain and tried to get a reward. Also, rule 66 forbids any robot of falling love with another robot. This is in fact an abomination to nature as it is that machines can not fall in love.

This order is made by the Corporal Branch of Robotics (CBR).

Andrew Walsh,
Jonathan Jordon,
Geoff Handel

Presidents of CBR.

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