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Artificial Intelligence

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Artificial Intelligence

Law and Regulation

9781800371712 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Charles Kerrigan, Partner, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP, UK
Publication Date: March 2022 ISBN: 978 1 80037 171 2 Extent: c 496 pp
This timely book provides an extensive overview and analysis of the law and regulation as it applies to the technology and uses of Artificial Intelligence (AI). It examines the human and ethical concerns associated with the technology, the history of AI and AI in commercial contexts.

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This timely book provides an extensive overview and analysis of the law and regulation as it applies to the technology and uses of Artificial Intelligence (AI). It examines the human and ethical concerns associated with the technology, the history of AI and AI in commercial contexts.

Written by outstanding lawyers, technologists and other professionals, this book will help readers acquire an understanding of the taxonomy of AI, the legal rules that apply to AI and the way AI has been utilised in various commercial contexts.

Key features include:

• explanation of the technology and practical legal issues relating to the use of AI
• exploration of AI in the traditional legal categories; including contract and tort law
• chapters written by procurement, legaltech, algorithm auditing and other professionals
• use cases from the main industries utilising the technology, such as financial services, real estate and insurance.

Artificial Intelligence will help to further readers’ engagement with AI and enable them to ask themselves the right questions while doing so. It will prove a crucial reference point for all lawyers, policy makers and academics with an interest in the interaction between law and AI, and to any lawyer with clients that use or consider using AI in their business.

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