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Tort Law as a Tool for Mitigating Catastrophic Risk from Artificial Intelligence

This paper addresses the inadequacy of the current U.S. tort liability system in handling the catastrophic risks posed by advanced AI systems. The author proposes punitive damages to incentivize caution in AI development, even without malice or recklessness. Additional suggestions include recognizing AI as an abnormally dangerous activity and requiring liability insurance for AI systems. The paper concludes by acknowledging the limits of tort liability and exploring complementary policies for mitigating catastrophic AI risk.

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