• This rather lengthy article does a good job of describing various scenarios in which harm may be caused by AI but the assignment liability is unclear. Interesting read. Again, the tech is way ahead of the laws and regulations.

 

  • Here’s a bit more about the need for healthcare-related AI regulation from Geoffrey Hinton, VP with Alphabet’s Google, at a Reuters Newsmaker event in Toronto on Monday.

 

 

  • Artificial Lawyer recently had rather in-depth discussion with iManage’s VP of Strategy, Peter Wallqvist. The merger with RAVN has provided a trove of NLP training data from 3500 clients which will lead to sophisticated products to come. (Related: UK law firm Stone King has selected iManage for document and email management.)

 

  • Michael Dell takes the anti-Musk, pro-AI side of the existential AI debate. “There’s all sorts of scary scenarios — science fictions movies, those sorts of things — but when you look at the actual results, it’s been way way more positive for humans than anyone would have predicted,” said Dell during a conference sponsored by software company Pivotal. “I think that will continue.”