When AI hurts people, who is held responsible?

Following a Maricopa County Grand Jury decision, the woman behind the wheel of a semi-autonomous Uber vehicle was charged last month with negligent homicide in the 2018 death of Elaine Herzberg. The lawsuit against the backup driver in the first known autonomous vehicle fatality promises to be a landmark case with the power to shape the future of artificial intelligence in the U.S.

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Snapdocs raises $60 million to expedite mortgage processing with AI

Real estate tech company Snapdocs today closed a $60 million funding round. According to a spokesperson, the proceeds will be put toward product development and expanding the company’s workforce. (Snapdocs plans to double its 225-employee headcount within the next 9 months.)

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Autonomous driving — Becoming a reality soon with Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Machine learning technology is already weaving into many of the applications we human already use by reducing human efforts to solve critical problems in day-to-day life. However the pace at which AI is reforming the mobility industry space, it is pretty clear that driverless vehicles will be soon taking control of how humans and goods move around.

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