EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT RESEARCH SERVICE ISSUES STUDY ON CIVIL LIABILITY REGIME FOR ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
The European Parliament (“EP”) announced the European Parliamentary Research Service (“EPRS”) had issued a study on the civil liability regime for artificial intelligence (“AI”) on 25 September 2020.
In particular, the study consists of a European added value assessment (“EAVA”) aiming to provide an evidence-based evaluation, accompanying the European Parliament's draft report on a legislative initiative proposal on a civil liability regime for AI. Also, the study addresses, among other things, the socio-economic functions of civil liability rules in the AI context, the current EU and national legal liability frameworks and their application to AI, and future policy options and approaches.
You can reach the full text of the study here.
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