Data Science, Machine Intelligence, and Law, 2730-5899 ; 1
Algorithms are now widely employed to make decisions that have increasingly far-reaching impacts on individuals and society as a whole ("algorithmic governance"), which could potentially lead to manipulation, biases, censorship, social discrimination, violations of privacy, property rights, and more. This has sparked a global debate on how to regulate AI and robotics ("governance of algorithms"). This book discusses both of these key aspects: the impact of algorithms, and the possibilities for future regulation.
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Algorithmic Governance and Governance of Algorithms: An Introduction Privacy, Non-Discrimination and Equal Treatment: Developing a Fundamental Rights Response to Behavioural Profiling The Black Box on Trial: The Impact of Algorithmic Opacity on Fair Trial Rights in Criminal Proceedings Microchipping Employees: Unlawful Monitoring Practice or a New Trend in the Workplace? Electronic Personhood: A Tertium Genus for Smart Autonomous Surgical Robots? Online Behavioural Advertising and Unfair Manipulation Between the GDPR and the UCPD Protecting Deep Learning: Could the New EU-Trade Secrets Directive Be an Option for the Legal Protection of Artificial Neural Networks? Chinese Copyright Law and Computer-Generated Works in the Era of Artificial Intelligence.
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