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Legal Aspects of Artificial Intelligence is for all legal practitioners and academics interested in learning about the future of the practice of law and legal decision-making. AI is everywhere, and the legal sector is no exception. In a world driven by algorithms, what should (or can) the law do and how?
In this volume, Tech Law practitioners with first-hand experience in the upheavals provoked by AI address these key questions. In addition to new forms of regulation that emerging technologies are bringing about, this book deals with the legal schemes that are today regulating the use of AI techniques, including the new European regulation on the protection of personal data.