Artificial Intelligence and the Limits of Legal Personality

The Annual ICLQ Lecture this year was based on the paper ‘Artificial Intelligence and the Limits of Legal Personality’ by Professor Simon Chesterman, Dean of the Law Faculty of the National University of Singapore and Senior Director of AI Governance, AI Singapore.

The article examines the debate whether artificial intelligence systems should be granted some form of legal personality as they increase in sophistication, and explores the fact that while most legal systems could develop a novel category of legal persons, such arguments are insufficient to show that they should.

View the talk here: