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AI And DAM: The Liability Question

by Ralph Windsor on July 5, 2016

I have contributed an article to our features section: AI For DAM: Reliability, Liability And Risk Management in which I discuss the robustness of AI solutions and also consider the question of who has liability for them if/when they go wrong:

As we have discussed on DAM News recently, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is getting a lot of attention currently in Digital Asset Management, as it elsewhere. Two issues which seem to be rapidly increasing in significance (but without a great deal of comment being made about them) are the reliability of the technologies involved and who has liability for them in the event of a fault occurring.” [Read More]

Some risk management practices are also included for anyone who is trying to decide whether it is worth using them or not.

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