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AI: the conflict of law and technology

With technology developing at a pace and legislation often criticised for lagging behind in its attempts to keep up, and given the profound impact technological phenomena such as artificial intelligence (‘AI’) could have on society, there are a number of schools of thought as to how regulators must approach developments in technology. Christopher Markou, PhD Candidate at the University of Cambridge’s Faculty of Law and Member of the Legal Expertise Committee at Responsible Robotics, provides insight into how what lies ahead and what has come before should inform how we approach regulating AI.

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