Q&A with Llewellyn Boyer-Cartwright, partner in Bahamas law firm Callenders and a former commercial airline pilot. The Bahamas, located east of Florida, is made up of about 700 islands.
Safeguards will need to be developed lest robots become too powerful.
Fears about jobs in the UK are clouding the excitement over new technologies.
Difficult legal questions arise over drones, from identifying the wrongdoer to the speed of obtaining a remedy, says Peter Birckett.
Drones investor Pippa Malgren gives her views on how the market will grow.
There will be 'no one size fits all' approach to regulation, predicts Australian pilot Brad Mason.
US privacy laws will need to increase, says Tim Adelman.
Drones are high on the agenda of the UK's Information Commissioner's Office.
Rémi Vesvre provides an insight into drone regulation in Sweden.
Could Africa lead the world on drones, asks Adam Rosman?
Whilst the Asimov rules must be taken into account, they present several problems, says Luis Franco.
Are algorithms dangerous? Do they need to be regulated?
Ethical sensitivity needs to be used when regulating certain robotics technology, says Chris Holder.
Pilotless planes look set to take off in the near future but will demand a whole set of new regulations.
Figures reveal the growth of UAV commercial manufacturers with the US leading the way.
Lawyers believe that better regulation would increase the region's flexibility in the marketplace.
Proposed rules will feed into an aviation package from the European Commission.
The European Parliament is preparing its response to cover a range of areas.
Wealth inequality and monopolies are just two of the downsides of a robotics explosion, says Neasa MacErlean.
Patent wars could be on the horizen when the world of robotics matures.