Arti­fi­ci­al intel­li­gence (AI) and pro­duct liability

An artic­le by Phil­ipp Reusch at the digi­ta­li­sa­ti­on por­tal of the maga­zi­ne Computerwoche

Arti­fi­ci­al intel­li­gence, i.e. auto­di­dac­tic machi­nes, are regard­ed as indis­pensable ele­ments of digitalisation.

Howe­ver, the­re is still a lack of clear legal regu­la­ti­ons. Neither has the issue of lia­bi­li­ty been resol­ved yet. What hap­pens, for exam­p­le, if a machi­ne makes a mistake?

Phil­ipp Reusch inves­ti­ga­tes this ques­ti­on and reports on deep lear­ning, cases of error and the cur­rent sta­te of the legal dis­cus­sion at the digi­ta­li­sa­ti­on por­tal of the maga­zi­ne Com­pu­ter­wo­che. You can also find out why it’s still wort­hwhile for manu­fac­tu­ring com­pa­nies to spend time now coming to terms with pos­si­ble sce­na­ri­os of loss or dama­ge; there’s more on this in the online artic­le at Computerwoche.


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