Driverless car makers could face jail if AI causes harm
Makers of driverless vehicles and other artificial intelligence systems could face jail and multi-million pound fines if their creations harm workers, according to the Department of Work and Pensions. Click below to read full Sky News article By Rowland Manthorpe, technology correspondent
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