Tag Archives: Software

Deepfakes: False Pornography Is Here and the Law Cannot Protect You

By: Douglas Harris It is now possible for anyone with rudimentary computer skills to create a pornographic deepfake portraying an individual engaging in a sex act that never actually occurred. These realistic videos, called “deepfakes,” use artificial intelligence software to … Continue reading

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Crashed Software: Assessing Product Liability for Software Defects in Automated Vehicles

By: Sunghyo Kim Automated vehicles will not only redefine the role of drivers, but also present new challenges in assessing product liability. In light of the increased risks of software defects in automated vehicles, this Note will review the current … Continue reading

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