The Law of Artificial Intelligence is an essential practitioner's reference text examining how key areas of current civil and criminal law will apply to AI and examining emerging laws specific to the use of AI. It explains the fundamentals of AI technology, its development and terminology. The book also covers regulation, ethics and the use of AI within legal services and the administration of justice.
The book is edited by Matt Hervey, Head of Artificial Intelligence at Gowling WLG (UK) LLP, and Matthew Lavy, 4 Pump Court, an expert on disputes involving technology. The chapters are by specialists from the bar, private practice and academia.
- Types of AI
- Technical limitations and horizons
- The emerging regulatory landscape
- Standard of care when providing AI services
- Patentability of inventions by AI
- Intellectual property strategy
- Smart contracts and distributed autonomous organisations
- Automated decision making and the GDPR
- Data bias
- Sufficient anonymization of personal data
- Collusion by algorithm