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Artificial Intelligence and Civil Liability: Juridical Prospects and Legal Challenges
Journal of Strategic Innovation and Sustainability
The benefits to individuals from the implementation and use of robots and other artificial intelligence applications are widely known. However, although the use of intelligent robots is not yet fully widespread, it is possible to anticipate that the introduction of these robots into society will present numerous moral, ethical and legal challenges. Currently, robots are considered products and they fall under Council Directive 85/374/EEC of 25 July 1985 on the approximation of the laws,doi:10.33423/jsis.v17i2.5492 fatcat:wwkb3fs7x5gihefq6n72752y54