Today, humans may outperform AI in hazardous activities (e.g., road traffic), but there will come a time when AI surpasses humans, and then the question might be whether a reasonable person could have used AI to avoid damage. However, the principle of AI legal neutrality does not mean that AI and people must be treated equally, or that AI should enjoy the same rights as humans. Therefore, the author argues that AI should be recognized as an entity that morally deserves rights and can, for example, claim tangible or intangible property rights "only" if this would exceptionally benefit people. Furthermore, he states that AI legal neutrality should not come at the expense of transparency and accountability.
Oct-2-2020, 23:03:37 GMT