08 October 2020
As artificial intelligence advances, how do we regulate the development of AI systems to ensure that these systems behave in an ethical manner towards all humans? In this article, I explore the intersection of ethics, artificial intelligence, and legal regulation to highlight challenges and consider possible regulatory approaches as we race towards an uncertain future in which AI plays an increasingly important role.
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