Artificial Intelligence Solicitors in Manchester and London
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is where systems emulate the human mind to learn, solve problems and make decisions on the fly, without needing the instructions specifically programmes. Robotics is where robots are built and programmed to perform very specific duties.
With AI and robotics comes legal issues, these range from AI bias and discrimination. AI systems have the potential to perpetuate or even amplify bias and discrimination in decision-making. Laws and regulations have been placed to ensure that AI systems are fair and unbiased, and that individuals who have been affected by discrimination have avenues for redress.
There are three main laws enforced around robotics, these are that a robot shall not harm a human, or by inaction allow a human to come to harm, that a robot shall obey any instruction given to it by a human, that a robot shall avoid actions or situations that could cause it to come to harm itself. With technological advances comes risk, get in contact with our lawyers today to advise on AI and robotics laws.
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- AI and robotics laws
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The most well-established AI is known to be ChatGPT. ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence chatbot developed by OpenAI and released in November 2022. The name “ChatGPT” combines “Chat”, referring to its chatbot functionality, and “GPT”, which stands for Generative Pre-trained Transformer, a type of large language model.
AI law and regulations have been divided into three main topics, namely governance of autonomous intelligence systems, responsibility and accountability for the systems, and privacy and safety issues.
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