AI Law and Ethics: The Challenge of AI Wrongdoing

  • Morgan, Phillip David James (Principal investigator)
  • McDermid, John Alexander (Co-investigator)
  • Porter, Zoe (Co-investigator)
  • Kennedy, Helen (Co-investigator)
  • Muller , Vincent (Co-investigator)
  • Arvind, TT (Co-investigator)
  • Beer, David Gareth (Co-investigator)
  • O'Loughlin, Ailbhe (Co-investigator)
  • Hall, Alexandra E J (Co-investigator)
  • Habli, Ibrahim (Co-investigator)
  • Black, Isra (Co-investigator)
  • Efird, David (Co-investigator)
  • McCall, Cade Andrew (Co-investigator)
  • Tsarapatsanis, Dimitrios (Co-investigator)
  • Megone, Chris (Co-investigator)
  • Dow, Jamie (Co-investigator)
  • Fox, Carl (Co-investigator)
  • Dimitrova, Vania (Co-investigator)
  • Richardson, Rob (Co-investigator)
  • D L’Hoiry, Xavier (Co-investigator)
  • Pryce, Gwilym (Co-investigator)
  • Law , James (Co-investigator)
  • Hughes, Nathan (Co-investigator)
  • Álvare, Mauricio (Co-investigator)
  • Sharkey, Noel (Co-investigator)
  • Sharkey, Amanda (Co-investigator)
  • Frankish, Keith (Co-investigator)
  • Martin, Paul (Co-investigator)
  • de Saille, Stevienna (Co-investigator)
  • Bellaby, Ross (Co-investigator)
  • Goodley, Dan (Co-investigator)
  • Carusi, Annamaria (Co-investigator)
  • Szollosy, Michael (Co-investigator)
  • Aitken, Jonathan (Co-investigator)
  • Bates, Jo (Co-investigator)

Project: Research project (funded)Research

Project Details


The aim of this project is to examine how the frameworks we currently use to think about responsibility towards others—including concepts such as harm, wrongdoing, fault, causation, redress, and blame—apply in a world where artificial intelligence technologies (AI) play a major role in making decisions, evaluating choices, and determining courses of action. Much of the evaluative apparatus we use to think about wrongdoing, responsibility and redress assume that decisions are made by human actors embedded in social and institutional contexts.
Effective start/end date1/09/191/09/20