News article by Saurabh Jha. Published in Stat News. Excerpt: The rapid entry of artificial intelligence is stretching the boundaries of medicine. It will also test the limits of the . . .
Peer-reviewed article by Zhiyuan “Jerry” Lin, Jongbin Jung, Sharad Goel, and Jennifer Skeem. Published in Science Advances. Abstract: Dressel and Farid recently found that laypeople were as accurate as statistical . . .
News article by Andrew Tarantola. Published by Engadget. Excerpt: The surveillance system offers police unprecedented surveillance power. When London’s Metropolitan Police Department announced its decision to adopt the controversial and intrusive ClearView . . .
Press release from University of California, Irvine School of Law. As rapidly developing technologies outpace the law, profound ethical questions and challenges are being raised. At the University of California, . . .
Project of the Center for Law, Science and Innovation at Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. The governance problem The central question facing policy makers around the . . .
Peer-reviewed article by Edmond Awad, Sydney Levine, et al. Published in Nature Human Behavior. Abstract: When an automated car harms someone, who is blamed by those who hear about it? . . .
News article by Karen Hao and Jonathan Stray. Published by MIT Technology Review. Excerpt: The US criminal legal system uses predictive algorithms to try to make the judicial process less . . .
Organization formed in 2019 by the Council of Europe. The Committee will examine the feasibility and potential elements on the basis of broad multi-stakeholder consultations, of a legal framework for . . .
Website with a curated list of resources on some dominant areas of intersection between AI and the law. Developed as an effort to provide helpful and reliable materials for individuals . . .
News article by Charlie Warzel. Published by the New York Times. Excerpt: Axon, the company that supplies 47 out of the 69 largest police agencies in the United States with . . .