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Artificial Intelligence and Law

Artificial Intelligence and Law

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New age technologies are intriguing. While working on our previous book-Internet Law: Regulating Cyberspace and Emerging Technologies, both Rodney and I felt the desire to come up with a book around Artificial Intelligence (AI) and law. This was further fueled when I underwent a certification course on Introduction to Al by IBM on Coursera. We began working on the book around July 20, but the pandemic kept affecting the work. So much so that it brought us to a halt during the second wave in April'21. We intended [and were determined] to come up with a book that builds the understanding of AI and its intersection with law. Our target was to cater to  laypersons and businesses alike. In the mid-way I was awarded with the Chevening Scholarship to pursue my Master of Laws (LL.M.) from the United Kingdom. With Rodney being in India, moving to the UK proved to be a roadblock for the book, as pursuing post-graduate studies demands wealth of time. After finishing 50 % of my LL.M. in the first semester, we came back to finishing this book. But on the other side, the fabulous Professors and the lectures at Queen Mary have only helped in making this book even better. Our foremost question to begin with the discussion is that are the artificially intelligent systems around us truly intelligent? Or are they simply producing intelligent results without intelligence? Is it time that we take a break, and introspect about how are lives and day to day chores are being driven by AI [and so our increased dependency]? Chris Reed, professor of e-commerce law at Queen Mary has rightly stated that- an important purpose of law is to create order in human relations, so that individuals can interact with each other on a rational and reasonably certain basis. Therefore, the policymakers and legislatures today need to introspect that whether this modern age of technological advancements have made the governance of such systems chaotic? Can AI replace humans in various professions, or would it replace the ones who do not use it? Marc Lauritsen in one of his papers on machine-assisted legal work referred to AI-savvy lawyers to be as rare as vegan butchers.
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Contents
Chapter 1 : Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
Chapter 2 : Regulatory of Artificial Intelligence
Chapter 3 : Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property Rights
Chapter 4 : Artificial Intelligence and Privacy
Chapter 5 : Artificial Intelligence and Digital Marketplaces
Chapter 6 : Artificial Intelligence and the Future
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Author Details
Rodney D. Ryder
Nikhila Naren
Foreword by
Justice A K Sikri

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