This paper presents a preliminary report on the legal liabilities that might arise from the use of a particular type of artificially intelligent software, specifically medical diagnostic expert systems. The paper proposes an in depth study of the relevant theories of law, especially product liability, and the liabilities that may be incurred by the developer of this type of software.
Schmehl, Ian and Lunce, Stephen E., "Culpabilities in Medical Diagnostic Software: A Review of Legal Implications" (2000). AMCIS 2000 Proceedings. 103.