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Henry Fraser

Henry Fraser

Henry Fraser is a Research Fellow in Law, Accountability and Data Science at Queensland University of Technology and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society. He studies the role of law in allocating risk and responsibility in relation to automated decisions. He’s also a practising lawyer with a background in contract automation.

Henry Fraser reviews 'We, the Robots? Regulating artificial intelligence and the limits of the law' by Simon Chesterman

December 2021, no. 438 25 October 2021
The age of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has arrived, though not so much an age of sentient robots as one of ubiquitous data collection and analysis fuelling automated decisions, categorisations, predictions, and recommendations in all walks of life. The stakes of AI-enabled decision-making may be as serious as life and death (Spanish police use a system called VioGén to forecast domestic violence ... (read more)