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Deux machina: a cross-disciplinary approach to artificial intelligence for regulatory understanding

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Legal scholars, policymakers and artificial intelligence researchers disagree about how to typify and describe artificial intelligence; the goalposts are constantly shifting with the advancement of technology, but this is an ancillary matter. Definitions aside, sophisticated decision-making technology is widespread and influential, and a more important normative question needs answering: when should machines be used to make decisions? Since the law is premised on clear avenues of responsibili...

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University of Oxford

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