The International Governance of Artificial Intelligence

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The International Governance of Artificial Intelligence

9781800379213 Edward Elgar Publishing
Mark Chinen, Professor, Seattle University, School of Law, US
Publication Date: June 2023 ISBN: 978 1 80037 921 3 Extent: c 336 pp
This timely book investigates emerging efforts to govern artificial intelligence (AI) at an international level. It aptly emphasizes the complex interactions involved when creating international laws, exploring potential and current developments in AI regulation.

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This timely book investigates emerging efforts to govern artificial intelligence (AI) at an international level. It emphasizes the complex interactions involved when creating international norms related to potential and current developments in AI regulation.

Organized into four parts, The International Governance of Artificial Intelligence demonstrates how formal and informal standards for AI are emerging from stakeholder interactions. With the objective of describing a nascent transnational law on AI use, chapters survey the various global realities that affect AI governance, concluding that AI law should ultimately be evaluated against the measure of international human rights.

Students of law and governance will benefit from this book, particularly when studying emerging technologies, international economic law and general international law. Those researching policy creation and regulation will additionally find it to be an enlightening read.
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