AI study takes on law and policy.

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A three-year multi-disciplinary project, supported by a $400,000 Law Foundation grant and run out of the University of Otago, will look to uncover the possible implications of artificial intelligence (AI) innovations for law and public policy in New Zealand.

Project team leader Associate Professor Colin Gavaghan of the Faculty of Law says the research team will consider the implications of AI technologies under four headings: responsibility and culpability, transparency and scrutiny, employment displacement, and...

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