Governance of artificial intelligence

  title={Governance of artificial intelligence},
  author={Araz Taeihagh},
  journal={Policy and Society},
  pages={137 - 157}
ABSTRACT The rapid developments in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the intensification in the adoption of AI in domains such as autonomous vehicles, lethal weapon systems, robotics and alike pose serious challenges to governments as they must manage the scale and speed of socio-technical transitions occurring. While there is considerable literature emerging on various aspects of AI, governance of AI is a significantly underdeveloped area. The new applications of AI offer opportunities for… Expand
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