This book addresses the role of public policy in regulating the autonomous artificial intelligence and related civil liability for damage caused by the robots (and any form of artificial intelligence). It is a very timely book, focusing on the consequences of judgment proofness of autonomous decision-making on tort law, risk and safety regulation, and the incentives stemming from these. This book is extremely important as regulatory endeavours concerning AI are in their infancy at most, whereas the industry?s development is continuing in a strong way. It is an important scientific contribution that will bring scientific objectivity to a, to date, very one-sided academic treatment of legal scholarship on AI.
Chapter 1. Introduction -- Chapter 2. Economic analysis of law -- Chapter 3.The context of regulation: The market and private law -- Chapter 4. An...
Chapter 1. Introduction -- Chapter 2. Economic analysis of law -- Chapter 3.The context of regulation: The market and private law -- Chapter 4. An introduction to autonomous artificial intelligent systems -- Chapter 5. Unique features of autonomous AI -- Chapter 6. A comparative law and economics of torts and master-servant relationships -- Chapter 7. Fundamental legal concepts and regulatory key questions -- Chapter 8. Optimal regulatory intervention -- Chapter 9. Towards an optimal regulator -- Chapter 10. Conclusions.