Artificial Intelligence Law

Between Sectoral Rules and Comprehensive Regime Comparative Law

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  • : Bruylant
  • : 15/06/2023
  • : 9782802772248
  • : Anglais
970 pages


Artificial intelligence technologies are spreading across all aspects of social life: from automated decision-making tools used by administrations to facial recognition, personal assistants, recruitment software, and medical diagnostic ails, no sector of activity escapes their deployment. While the benefits of these tools are undeniable, they also entail risks of errors, biases (related to gender, race, disability, etc.), discrimination, invisibility, and exclusion. The law can address these new ethical and socio-economic challenges. In different parts of the world, legislators are thus considering the need (or not) to create a legal framework and how to do so.

The artificial intelligence law is an emerging field of research, and this pioneering book aims to constitute a first step in its conception. It brings together around forty authors from different parts of the world: Canada, France, Belgium, the United States, Brazil, Mexico, Senegal. Without claiming to be exhaustive, it allows for indicating legislative advancements, as well as the current state of questions. It also aims to compare normative approaches and understand the social, cultural, historical, and legal system differences when it comes to consider new legislation addressing specific issues. While the European Union is seen as a "leader," it is not certain that other states will follow it in the future. It is these fascinating reflections that the authors of this book present and that the co-editors invite to pursue collectively.
Céline Castets-Renard and Jessica Eynard editors.

Céline Castets-Renard is professor at the Civil Law Faculty of the University of Ottawa and holds the Research Chair on Accountable Al on a global context. She also holds the Law, Accountability, and Social Trust in AI Chair within ANITI (Artificial and Natural Intelligence Toulouse Institute) (ANR-314).
Jessica Eynard is associate professor at the Faculty of Law of the University of Toulouse 1 Capitole and associate researcher of the Law, Accountability and Social Trust in Al Chair within ANITI (Artificial and Natural Intelligence Toulouse Institute) (ANR-3IA).

ISBN13 978-2-8027-7224-8
EAN 9782802772248
Titre Artificial Intelligence Law
Sous-titre Between Sectoral Rules and Comprehensive Regime Comparative Law
Date de parution 15/06/2023
Nombre de pages 970
Type d'ouvrage Colloques, études et rapports
Support Livre
Langue Anglais
Auteur(s) Céline Castets-Renard,Jessica Eynard
Editeur / Collection / Sous-collection Bruylant
Thème Droit > Droit des NTIC et des médias / Internet / Commerce électronique
Format Papier