Late last year, the European Commission’s Expert Group on Liability and New Technologies – New Technologies Formation (NTF) released a report on Liability for Artificial Intelligence. The report focuses on liability regimes across European Union (EU) member states and offers high-level recommendations on how those liability regimes can be adapted to meet challenges posed by artificial intelligence (AI) and other digital technologies.
The regulatory landscape impacting AI continues to evolve both domestically and abroad. As we begin the new year, we pause to reflect on some of 2017’s most notable developments in AI and prepare for new trends to watch out for in 2018.
For decades, novelists, scientists, mathematicians, futurists and science fiction enthusiasts have imagined what an automated society might look like. Artificial intelligence, or AI, is rapidly evolving, and the society we could only once imagine may be on the brink of becoming our new reality.
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