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Artificial intelligence is part of our daily lives. Whether working as taxi drivers, financial analysts, or airport security, computers are taking over a growing number of tasks once performed by people. As this occurs, computers will also cause the injuries inevitably associated with these activities. Accidents happen, and now computer-generated accidents happen. The recent fatality caused by Tesla's autonomous driving software is just one example in a long series of "computer-generateddoi:10.2139/ssrn.2701092 fatcat:bb7275z675flvp6xavk24k43qq