‘Book review: The Reasonable Robot, Artificial Intelligence and the Law

“In the description of The Reasonable Robot, Artificial Intelligence and the Law by Ryan Abbott (University of Surrey) it says: ‘Abbott argues that the law should not discriminate between AI and human behaviour and proposes a new legal principle that will ultimately improve human well-being.’ This Kat was intrigued to find out more! The book is set out with an introduction followed by 7 chapters. The introduction ‘artificial intelligence and the law’ covers AI legal neutrality, tax, tort, intellectual property, criminal and the future of AI …” (more)

[Hayleigh Bosher, The IPKat, 29 October]

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