Laws and Regulations for Artificial Intelligence


Bringing a needed dose of optimism to the often fear-ridden dialogue, The Economist takes on some of the thorny legal, regulatory, and liability implications of handing over human tasks to artificial intelligence. This piece makes the case that similarities exist between human and machine decision-making and “existing rules and regulations can apply to artificial intelligence.”

Read the full story here: Humans may not always grasp why AIs act. Don’t panic.

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