Liability Arising from the Use of Artificial Intelligence
Are There Difficulties in Applying Conventional Principles of Liability? What happens when artificial intelligence does not perform as expected? This article explores the key features of artificial intelligence that may affect the application of conventional principles of liability, such as in
AI and Copyright: Death of the Author?
Is the postmodern condition of the death of the author in literary criticism fast becoming a reality in copyright law? Not yet. The limitless potential of artificial intelligence (AI) to analyse information, execute complex tasks, create and invent, has yet
I, Lawyer and the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence
This article examines salient aspects of a recent UK decision on the use of a novel automated facial recognition technology by the police and considers how they may shape or reshape discussions on the ethics of artificial intelligence. In the
Coronavirus: Pandemics, Artificial Intelligence and Personal Data
How to Manage Pandemics Using AI and What That Means for Personal Data Protection With COVID-19, or the Coronavirus as it is more popularly known, the world is hit with a global pandemic at a time when international travel and transactions
Legal Issues in AI Deployment
The object of this article is to discuss the legal issues faced by companies when they embark on incorporating artificial intelligence (AI) technology into their work processes or to power functions in their products or services. To facilitate discussion of
Dispute Resolution: Master, What Does the Future Hold?
While litigation scaled fees may have been postponed, a larger challenge to the dispute resolution profession draws closer: the disruption that artificial intelligence (AI) promises. This article summarises the challenges that AI brings to dispute resolution lawyers. But scrambled laws
Three Big Ideas About AI for Lawyers
Introduction In the late Professor Stephen Hawking’s final book, Brief Answers to the Big Questions, the eminent physicist provided his personal take on some of the biggest questions in science. On the question “Will artificial intelligence outsmart us?”, Professor Hawking
Robots and Legal Reasoning: Thinking Like a Lawyer 2.0
This article provides a brief introduction to how artificial intelligence is likely to affect the raison d'etre of lawyers – the ability to exercise legal reasoning. With increased computing power and computational research, the way that lawyers and judges reason