That artificial intelligence and the product liability questions that come with it are not only a topic for lawyers in Europe, but legal experts all over the world, is obvious. So it should not come as a surprise that this is also the case in Canada, a country where in the first quarter of this year alone, 89 million Canadian dollars have been invested in companies developing, or otherwise dealing with AI. But the questions seem to be similar around the globe: Should artificial intelligence software be considered a service or a product? Who is liable for damages that may be caused by such software? Lisa R. Lifshitz, a Canadian lawyer specializing in technological legal issues, tries to answer these questions in a detailed article on canadianlawyermag.com.