Video of the incident went viral around the world.
In mid-July, during a chess tournament in Moscow, the articulated arm of a robot powered by artificial intelligence broke the finger of its 7-year-old opponent.
Who will pay for the health costs incurred?
The event is extremely rare, but disputes over the responsibility of an AI will multiply as their footprint extends into our daily lives.
Accidents of delivery drones or autonomous vehicles, discrimination in hiring when an algorithm gets involved, etc.
What future for augmented reality?
However, there is currently no harmonized legal framework on civil liability, guaranteeing victims of damage caused by products and services equipped with AI the same level of protection as that offered for traditional technologies.
“Given the specific characteristics of AI, including complexity, autonomy and opacity, it may be difficult or prohibitively expensive for victims to identify the person…
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