Liability of Artificial Intelligence in Air and Space Law: An Emerging Paradigm in the Realm of International Law

  • Arnold Stanley and Manvi Kishore
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  • Arnold Stanley

    Student at St. Joseph's College of Law, India

  • Manvi Kishore

    Student at St. Joseph's College of Law, India

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The role of Artificial Intelligence in air and space law has gained traction in the recent years with studies been undertaken to assess its impact and benefit for the human race. While many advocate the various benefits of artificial intelligence in air and space law one must note that like all things even artificial intelligence must be regulated by law. Reflecting this statement this paper aims to discuss the scope of AI from the lens of international law and its application to space operations, its fault in case of accidents and causation for damages in the real world. It also deals with aspects of context of applicability of law in AI, the role of humans in programming it and the scope of liability under international law. This paper also aims to propose various mitigation measures which could be adopted by governments in the future years to strengthen the regulation and use of artificial intelligence for the benefit of mankind.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 2, Page 1535 - 1551


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