عنوان مقاله [English]
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are creating a promising future in tech innovations. From early cancer detection apps to autonomous vehicles, possibilities seem to be endless. Yet, with such technology, harm is also bound to follow. In such instances, the issue of tort liability begs our attention. Who should bear reasonability in case of an accident? When is an injury foreseeable? Such questions in negligence law will require a different perspective when one is dealing with an accident arisen out of the implementation of AI. Should tort law take the route of products liability law? Or will traditional negligence law be sufficient? This article takes a bite at the current literature on autonomous vehicles and medical malpractice law and the challenges of assigning liability. It also offers a look into possible guiding principles for AI with a focus on national Iranian law. This article aims to provide a roadmap for further research in Iran on the intersection of torts and AI.