Determann''s Field Guide to Artificial Intelligence Law

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Determann''s Field Guide to Artificial Intelligence Law

International Corporate Compliance

9781035331000 Edward Elgar Publishing
Lothar Determann, Baker McKenzie LLP, Palo Alto, US, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, University of California, Berkeley School of Law, US
Publication Date: January 2024 ISBN: 978 1 03533 100 0 Extent: 216 pp
With Determann’s Field Guide to Artificial Intelligence Law, readers can navigate a complex field traversing new technologies, business models, risks, rights, and legal issues. The author presents practical recommendations in a user-friendly and accessible format, designed to help organizations build and maintain their AI compliance and risk mitigation programs. A leading voice on data and technology law, Lothar Determann discusses existing and new laws pertaining to AI around the world and examines distinct advantages of different governance models.

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With Determann’s Field Guide to Artificial Intelligence Law, readers can navigate a complex field traversing new technologies, business models, risks, rights, and legal issues. The author presents practical recommendations in a user-friendly and accessible format, designed to help organizations build and maintain their AI compliance and risk mitigation programs. A leading voice on data and technology law, Lothar Determann discusses existing and new laws pertaining to AI around the world and examines distinct advantages of different governance models.

Key Features:
• Roadmap on how to identify, prioritize, and address risks and compliance obligations
• Checklists, action items, and sample protocols
• A-to-Z list of risks and mitigation measures
• Examples of jurisdiction-specific legal requirements
• Guidance on governance and accountability mechanisms

Practitioners in corporate legal departments and private practice, compliance officers, programmers, privacy officers, data scientists, human resources (HR) specialists, and other professionals who must address AI and related legal compliance issues will find the guidance on risk assessments and mitigation, data law compliance, intellectual property, and other AI-related topics a vital resource.
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‘This field guide to AI Law takes you on a thorough tour of the legal and regulatory AI landscape, both as it currently stands and how it might look in the future. You can tell Lothar has spent a lot of time considering the concrete problems and risks with AI and how they might play out in a business setting. He does a masterful job laying out the practical steps in-house counsel can take now to mitigate legal threats, protect consumer data, and have a plan in place for when regulators come calling.’
– Maria Dinzeo, Journalist, Law.com, US

‘With this terrific and incredibly timely Guide, Prof. Determann confirms his unique talent to be able to foresee and anticipate the main legal challenges which digitization raises for lawyers, companies, agencies at local and federal level but also for legal scholars and students. It is, by far, the best and most complete travelling compass, clear, structured and advanced, for anybody who needs an AI law road star. Unmissable.’
– Oreste Pollicino, Professor of Constitutional Law and Media Law, Bocconi University, Italy

‘Artificial intelligence has taken the digital and legal worlds by storm. Drawing on his extensive experience navigating the digital revolution, Lothar Determann has thoughtfully framed the latest and possibly most dramatic phase. His AI Guide provides legal professionals and their clients with systematic checklists for traversing this new frontier.’
– Peter S. Menell, University of California at Berkeley School of Law, US

‘Determann’s Field Guide is an essential read for anyone grappling with policies, processes and procedures for the use of generative AI. Determann skilfully navigates the reader through a constantly shifting technology and legal landscape. This is a “must read” for anyone seeking to understand what’s at stake in developing a practical framework for using AI in an organizational context.’
– Ardi Kolah, Founding Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Data Protection and Privacy, UK

‘As always, what a masterpiece, this book on artificial intelligence law, typical of Dr. Lothar Determann. This book has extensively consolidated legal requirements and best practices through extensive coverage of topics, such as data protection, ownership of AI, drafting documentation, assessing impacts and mitigating risks and essential checklists. Dr. Lothar’s knowledge, experience, and expertise in the field of artificial intelligence is extensively displayed across the chapters and this book will be most useful and a must read for lawyers and corporate professionals across jurisdictions.”
– Anand Mehta, Partner, Khaitan and Co., India
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