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La réparation du dommage impliquant une intelligence artificielle

Abstract : In the event of a damage involving an artificial intelligence in the broad sense of the term (robots but also dematerialized intelligent systems), who should be declared civilly liable and according to what legal procedures? Should a legal personality specific to intelligent systems be retained ? In this scenario, these intelligent systems could be held personnaly and legaly responsible of caused damages. Furthermore, would compensation solutions for victims of artificial intelligences be adapted? These questions are explored in light of what fundamentally distinguishes an artificial intelligence from a non-intelligent thing: self- learning, self-reasoning and autonomous decision-making. Answers to these questions are proposed in various fields (transport, industry, medicine, leisure, data processing, etc.) The problematic of the damage caused by a man augmented or repaired by the technology of the artificial intelligence is also studied.
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Jonathan Pouget. La réparation du dommage impliquant une intelligence artificielle. Droit. Aix-Marseille Université, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : ⟩. ⟨tel-03283535⟩



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