European commission on robotics and artificial intelligence

EU told to lead the way on liability rules and ethical standards for Artificial Intelligence. The  European Commission delivers its initial response. In our blog last month, we looked at the Member of the European Parliaments’ (MEPs’) request for the European Commission to lead the way on developing EU-wide liability rules and ethical standards to deal with artificial intelligence. The EU Commission has now issued a response which identifies the need for legal certainty and the legal challenges it faces in identifying where liability should fall amongst the different market players. EU Commission response on liability  The EU Commission wants to capitalise on any work already undertaken which could be used to appropriately allocate liability, casting its attention on the evaluation which is currently underway on the Directive on Liability for Defective Products (Directive) and whether it can apply to new technological developments such as advanced robotics. However, the EU Commission rightly identifies that the context of autonomous robots which display the ability to interact in unpredictable ways raises important questions as to the suitability of any current EU or national rules. It’s no surprise that the EU Commission wants to focus initially on the producer as the origin of artificial intelligence and…

Link to Full Article: European commission on robotics and artificial intelligence

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This

Join Our Newsletter

Sign up to our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates about and the Informed.AI Network of AI related websites which includes Events.AI, Neurons.AI, Awards.AI, and Vocation.AI

You have Successfully Subscribed!