Lynn LoPucki Writes for San Francisco Daily Journal on Algorithms and Artificial Intelligence

Professor Lynn LoPucki wrote for the San Francisco Daily Journal on algorithms and artificial intelligence, stating that the consensus among legal scholars is that anyone can put an algorithm – an artificial intelligence – in control of an artificial entity – a corporation – without violating the law. The consequences for humankind, however, could be dramatic:  “AE’s greatest comparative advantage would be in terrorism and other criminal enterprise. Because they lack human bodies, AEs will be harder to catch and impossible to punish,” writes LoPucki.  “But if humans don’t make the changes necessary for the law to control AEs, the time may come when AEs use the law to control humans.”

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