EU proposes rules to make it easier to sue makers of AI systems and drones

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The European Commission on Wednesday unveiled proposals to make it easier for consumers to claim compensation from manufacturers of artificial intelligence (AI) products including robots, drones or smart-home systems if they have caused them harm. The AI Liability Directive aims to provide more legal clarity for manufacturers and consumers as the use of AI grows exponentially, the Commission said. “While considering the huge potential of new technologies, we must always ensure the safety of consumers,” Commissioner for Justice Didier Reynders said in a statement. “Proper standards of protectio…

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