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As more and more machines are supplied with machine learning algorithms, the question arises who is liable in cases of damage? Who is liable in case of accidents involving an autonomous driving car? Is there a difference when an autonomous lawnmower causes damage to the neighbour's property? Public interest in those questions is high, whereas legal opinions are rare and court decisions are missing. Daniel will show why it can be difficult to fit machine learning-based applications in the existing legal liability system, and what the future might look like.