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Siri v. Everyone Else

We begin with the implications of man-made beings in the 21st century, and some potential legal questions recently posed by New Hampshire attorney John Weaver. His articlein the New Hampshire BarJournal about the liabilities and rights of artificially intelligent beings is called “Siri is My Client: A First look at Artificial Intelligence and Legal Issues.” John Weaver, associate in the corporate practice at the McLane Law Firm is here with a first look at the liability and intellectual property issues that could arise as more and more people are relying on machines and software that replicate human intelligence.

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