Automakers, appliance manufacturers, job recruitment firms, investment portfolio managers, other businesses are increasingly relying on AI. What this means is that, in the near future, attorneys and the court system will be challenged to sort out who is liable when products equipped with artificial intelligence cause harm to persons or property. Stock image by Viacheslav Iacobchuk

Automakers, appliance manufacturers, job recruitment firms, investment portfolio managers, other businesses are increasingly relying on AI. What this means is that, in the near future, attorneys and the court system will be challenged to sort out who is liable when products equipped with artificial intelligence cause harm to persons or property. Stock image by Viacheslav Iacobchuk

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Tim Casey

— In the near future, attorneys and the court system will be challenged to sort out who is liable when products equipped with artificial intelligence cause harm to persons or property...

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