IEEE Digital Reality: AI Systematic Errors - Who Is Responsible

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IEEE Digital Reality: AI Systematic Errors - Who Is Responsible

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In contrast to humans, all decisions made by algorithms are systematic and based on user data, sensors, and algorithms. The question is, who is responsible for errors: the provider, the integrator, or the end-user? In most scenarios, responsibility is distributed amongst all stakeholders. Full autonomic systems (including self-driving technology) are not accepted by lawmakers, and a human supervisor is demanded as a backup.

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