This book sets out a possible trajectory for the co-development of
legal responsibility on the one hand and artificial intelligence
and the machines and systems driven by it on the other. As
autonomous technologies become more sophisticated it will be harder
to attribute harms caused by them to the humans who design or work
with them. This will put pressure on legal responsibility and
autonomous technologies to co-evolve. Mark Chinen illustrates how
these factors strengthen incentives to develop even more advanced
systems, which in turn inspire nascent calls to grant legal and
moral status to autonomous machines. This book is a valuable
resource for scholars and practitioners of legal doctrine, ethics
and autonomous technologies, as well as legislators and policy
makers, and engineers and designers who are interested in the
broader implications of their work.
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