How should we regulate artificial intelligence?

@article{Reed2018HowSW,
  title={How should we regulate artificial intelligence?},
  author={Chris Reed},
  journal={Philosophical transactions. Series A, Mathematical, physical, and engineering sciences},
  year={2018},
  volume={376 2128}
}
Using artificial intelligence (AI) technology to replace human decision-making will inevitably create new risks whose consequences are unforeseeable. This naturally leads to calls for regulation, but I argue that it is too early to attempt a general system of AI regulation. Instead, we should work incrementally within the existing legal and regulatory schemes which allocate responsibility, and therefore liability, to persons. Where AI clearly creates risks which current law and regulation… CONTINUE READING

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