This lecture considers the relevance of the cognitive sciences for law when it comes to acts and responsibility (or liability) of artificially intelligent agents. It addresses whether we (1) can, and (2) should hold AI liable.
Acts and responsibility of AI (1)
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Which of the following statements accurately reflects (part of) the restrictivist argument?
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On what spectrum can views regarding the possibility of legal agency of AI be situated?
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What reasons does the lecture identify for investigating the possibility of holding AI liable?
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Acts and responsibility of AI (2)
What role can insights from the cognitive sciences play in relation to the restrictivist argument?
The restrictivist argument against agency and responsibility of AI rests on certain metaphysical presuppositions. Which of the following statements accurately captures (part of) the restrictivist argument?
(At least) which three forms of agency and responsibility can we distinguish?