SCRIPT Centre director discusses the law of AI on Radio 4

Professor Burkhard Schafer, Director of Edinburgh Law School’s SCRIPT Centre for IT and IP, has taken part on BBC Radio 4’s Unreliable Evidence as an expert guest discussing the law of artificial intelligence.

On the show, hosted by Clive Anderson, Professor Schafer helped unravel the legal implications of questions like “Are robots more like horses or like vampires?” or “Will robots drive us when we are too drunk?”

The show was aired on 7 January at 8pm and repeated on Saturday 10 January at 10.15pm, or on BBC iplayer at: www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04wwgz9