The robot judge will see you now

AI systems allow for interrogation of mistakes and adverse outcomes in a manner not possible with traditional legal actors. PHOTO: UNSPLASH
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As artificial intelligence (AI) transforms modern life, regulators around the world are grappling with how to reap its benefits while minimising its risks.

Earlier this year, the European Union proposed a draft regulation on certain aspects of AI. Last month, China adopted its new state-centric Data Security Law, even as the Group of Seven pushed its alternative vision of an open and "human centric" approach to AI through the Global Partnership for AI (GPAI).

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