Managing risks associated with the use of artificial intelligence

AI technology comes with a unique set of risks, however. In March 2016 Microsoft tested a new chatbot named Tay on Twitter. Since AI is not recognised as a separate legal entity, the actions taken by AI (although sometimes unforeseeable) may make your organisation liable. Here are a few things you should consider in addressing AI-related liability.


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