An Australian Perspective on AI, Ethics and its Regulatory Challenges
- Centre for Law & Public Utilities
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- Journal of Law & Economic Regulation, 2019, 11, (2), pp. 116-127
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The development of ethical or responsible AI poses significant regulatory and policy challenges, including those focused on how to balance the need for promoting technological innovation against ensuring that harms to individual and social rights and interests are minimised. Balancing these competing imperatives self-evidently depends upon the ethical or regulatory frameworks from which policy issues are identified and analysed. This article introduces, surveys and evaluates Australian policy responses to the ethical and legal challenges posed by Artificial Intelligence (AI), with a focus on emerging Australian AI and ethics frameworks.
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