Herbert Zech, ‘Liability for Autonomous Systems: Tackling Specific Risks of Modern IT’

Abstract
Recent developments in the area of Artificial Intelligence (AI) have been leading to increasingly autonomous systems, showing the capability of self-learning. In addition, self-learning made significant progress by the realization of multi-layered artificial neural networks with an ever-increasing complexity. These new technologies cause the emergence of new specific risks. Liability law may specifically address these risks.

Zech, Herbert, Liability for Autonomous Systems: Tackling Specific Risks of Modern IT (May 1, 2018). Sebastian Lohsse, Reiner Schulze and Dirk Staudenmayer (eds), Liability for Robotics and in the Internet of Things, Nomos/Hart (forthcoming).

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