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You Can’t Sue a Robot: Are Existing Tort Theories Ready for Artificial Intelligence? (Part 3 of 3)

This is the third article in a series on the legal issues surrounding artificial intelligence (AI), based on an fbtTECH webinar held in November 2017. You can access the first article, “AI is Surging: Are We Ready for the Fallout?”, and the second article, "Artificial Intelligence and Data Privacy: 
Are We Sufficiently Protected?" Read More ›

Artificial Intelligence and Data Privacy: Are We Sufficiently Protected? (Part 2 of 3)

This is the second article in a series on the legal issues surrounding artificial intelligence (AI), based on an fbtTECH webinar held in November 2017. You can access the first article, “AI is Surging: Are We Ready for the Fallout?”, or the third article "You Can’t Sue a Robot: Are Existing Tort Theories Ready for Artificial Intelligence?". Read More ›

AI is Surging: Are We Ready for the Fallout? (Part 1 of 3)


Full webinar about legal issues surrounding AI.

This is the first article in a series on the legal issues surrounding artificial intelligence (AI), based on an fbtTECH webinar held in November 2017. You can access the second article, "Artificial Intelligence and Data Privacy: Are We Sufficiently Protected?", or the third article, "You Can’t Sue a Robot: Are Existing Tort Theories Ready for Artificial Intelligence?". Read More ›

Let Me Introduce You to Three Robot Lawyers

Robotic Lawyers

The practice of law is going to look very different 15 years from now. The most routine legal work traditionally performed by human lawyers will likely be carried out by artificial intelligence (AI). In fact, some law firms have already employed robots to perform legal services and private companies are rapidly developing new artificial intelligence and data analytics tools for lawyers. I would like to introduce you to three examples. Read More ›

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