АУТО-ОДГОВОРНОСТ У СЛУЧАЈУ АУТОМАТСКОГ ИЗБОРА

МОДЕРНЕ ТЕХНОЛОГИЈЕ, НОВИ И ТРАДИЦИОНАЛНИ РИЗИЦИ У ОСИГУРАЊУ (Шабац: 20; 2021) (стр. 84-112)

 

АУТОР(И): Сара ЛАНДИНИ

Е-АДРЕСА: sara.landini@unifi.it.

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DOI: 10.46793/XXSav21.084L

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Аутоматизација има важну улогу у смањењу људских грешака, али шта је са случајевима у случају губитака изазваних аутоматизованим возилом? Ко је одговоран?

Ауторска се у овом раду бави питањем покривања трошкова аутоматизације у случају штете проузроковане аутоматизованим процесом доношења одлука. Предмет рада је грађанска одговорност и осигурање са становишта проблема повезаних са доказима о узрочној вези између грађанског деликта и штете.

У раду се предлаже теза да законска одговорност није довољан инструмент којим је могуће постићи ефикасну превенцију и обештећење у случају штете проузроковане потпуном алгоритамском аутоматизацијом.

КЉУЧНЕ РЕЧИ:

аутоматизована возила, осигурање моторних возила, технологија, вештачка интелигенција, одговорност

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