1 big thing: All rise for AI

""An algorithm could've given us Dred Scott or Korematsu," said Ryan Calo, a law professor at the University of Washington, referring to a pair of Supreme Court decisions now considered morally wrong. But it would not know, decades later, that it had misjudged.

In this way, a mechanical judge would be extremely conservative, Calo said, interpreting the law’s text without considering any outside factors at all."