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Who is at fault when systems powered by AI put humans in danger?
Who is at fault when a driverless car behaves unpredictably? Woodrow Hartzog, professor of law and computer science at Northeastern, offers a framework for tracing back where things went wrong. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University

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Who is at fault when systems powered by AI put humans in danger?

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Self-driving cars could revolutionize transportation for people with disabilities. These researchers are trying to make it happen.

Northeastern University to construct new research building to support university’s work in autonomous vehicles, drones, humanoid robots, and more

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Northeastern University to construct new research building to support university’s work in autonomous vehicles, drones, humanoid robots, and more