by Michael Bidwell, The Legal Forecast September is Brisbane Pride Month celebrating its 28th year supporting the LGBTI+ community. As an openly gay lawyer, Editor in Chief for The Legal Forecast and Events Coordinator for Pride in Law, I wanted to write this article as a reminder of how far we must go to reach …
“Self-learning AI poses interesting and difficult questions for the law. In particular, who is legally liable when self-learning AI goes wrong? The programmers? The users? Or even the AI itself?”
Humanity is on the cusp of creating technological sentience in artificially intelligent machines. This begs the question – how will clones and other sentient technology engage with our legal system?
“When one thinks of frontier areas of law, criminal law is hardly the first that springs to mind. However, in recent times, criminal justice has seen the emergence of artificial intelligence in the courtroom”
Do you think that AI, WALL-E or I, robot are likely to be eventualities rather than just science fiction? TLF explores the world of AI and how it can be utilised in the legal field.