Legal personhood, liability and future of artificial intelligence: Thinking it through

When we look at artificially intelligent devices, or independently function-able machines with deep learning capabilities, can they be classified as persons? Can it be argued that now that these devices are able to replicate human emotions and gestures, they have an apparently independent intellect that they are now human-like?

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