On the 11th of November, legal studies published an article called “Bridging the accountability gap of artificial intelligence – what can be learned from Roman law?” by prof. dr. Heine and dr. Quintavalla of the Erasmus School of Law. You can find the article here. Prof. dr. Heine is director of DIGOV at Erasmus school of Law and dr. Quintavalla is a senior fellow of DIGOV. In this publication they aim to bridge on the accountability problem of Artificial Intelligence by scrutinizing how the ancient Romans dealt with the accountability gap in slave-run businesses.
Bridging the accountability gap of artificial intelligence – what can be learned from Roman law? Publication by DIGOV members
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