Mainstream theories of justice, particularly luck egalitarianism, accept that the "good fortune," the goods that result from endowments, not from choice or effort, be redistributed to aid those victims of bad luck (mostly bad brute luck but also bad option luck). They do not allow the goods resulting from effort and choice by people to be distributed in that way.
a) What about the goods resulting from the production done by a conscious robot? Would it be treated as "good fortune" and thus redistributed? If not, whose holdings would they become? The owner of the robot? The robot itself?
b) What about bad (brute or option) luck by the robot? Would it entitle it to aid?
c) Can these be answered solely within the frameworks of analytical philosophy and theories of justice or do we need the aid of other theories?