Contract law, legal theory, Regulating AI

I, Robot (sometimes)

Here's a light read from India that blows right by the lack of a legal defintion of AI (It's nice when you're right), and asks the question can a robot be a legal person? And then worries that this will open up a Pandora's Box of legal issues within the country. Let's assume that a state somewhere… Continue reading I, Robot (sometimes)

Contract law, legal theory, Uncategorized

Underneath the one you know

This "shitty distraction" https://www.technologyreview.com/s/611487/this-ai-program-could-beat-you-in-an-argumentbut-it-doesnt-know-what-its-saying/ doesn't make things easier in the considerations about where intent lies. If the AI does not know what it means when it says things, then until it does, how is intent imputed in the law of contract? If this is the space we are operating in, then it strikes me that if AI… Continue reading Underneath the one you know