In Europe there exists a European Committee on Crime Problems (CDPC). On 28 November 2018 it held a thematic session on artificial intelligence and criminal law responsibility. From the announcement:
The session will aim at the comparison and understanding of the different criminal legislations set out by the member States, and to highlighting and comparing the issues of automated driving at a domestic and international level. It will also try to give an answer to the following questions: What happens in case of an accident across the border? Who will be responsible if there is no driver? Why Mutual Legal Assistance (MLA), digital evidence as well as common supranational approach are needed in case of automated driving?
- Announcement of the CDPC-session; programme; draft paper for the session.
- About the European Committee on Crime Problems (CDPC).
- COE site on artificial intelligence.
- Documents on the CDPC site: Recommendations elaborated under the authority of the CDPC; Other adopted documents; Conventions under the authority of the CDPC; Studies and reports in Criminological Research; White Paper on Transnational Organised Crime, December 2014.
- Earlier post on this blog (mainly in Dutch) on autonomous driving: “Aansprakelijkheid voor autonome voertuigen“, 19 April 2018.