Artificial Intelligence and the Law
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This volume presents new research in Artificial Intelligence and Law with special reference to criminal justice.It will be a valuable resource for academics and researchers working in the areas of AI, Technology and Criminal Justice.
This volume presents new research in artificial intelligence (AI) and Law with special reference to criminal justice.
It brings together leading international experts including computer scientists, lawyers, judges and cyber-psychologists. The book examines some of the core problems that technology raises for criminal law ranging from privacy and data protection, to cyber-warfare, through to the theft of virtual property. Focusing on the West and China, the work considers the issue of AI and the Law in a comparative context presenting the research from a cross-jurisdictional and cross-disciplinary approach.
As China becomes a global leader in AI and technology, the book provides an essential in-depth understanding of domestic laws in both Western jurisdictions and China on criminal liability for cybercrime. As such, it will be a valuable resource for academics and researchers working in the areas of AI, technology and criminal justice.
Chapter 1: Emerging Technologies and the Criminal Law
DENNIS J. BAKER AND PAUL H. ROBINSON
Chapter 2: Financial Technology: Opportunities and Challenges to Law and Regulation
THE RIGHT HON. LORD HODGE P.C.
Chapter 3: Between Prevention and Enforcement: The Role of ?Disruption? in Confronting Cybercrime
Chapter 4: Preventive Cybercrime and Cybercrime by Omission in China
HE RONGGONG AND JING LIJIA
Chapter 5: Criminal Law Protection of Virtual Property
ZHANG MINGKAI AND WANG WENJING
Chapter 6: Criminalising Cybercrime Facilitation by Omission and Its Remote Harm Form in China
LIANG GENLIN AND DENNIS J. BAKER
Chapter 7: Rethinking Personal Data Protection In The Criminal Law Of China
Chapter 8: Using Conspiracy and Complicity for Criminalising Cyber
-Fraud in China: Lessons from the Common Law LI LIFENG, TIANHONG ZHAO AND DENNIS J. BAKER
Chapter 10: AI v IP: Criminal Liability for Intellectual Property Offences of Artificial Intelligence Entities
Chapter 11: Do Not Panic: Artificial Intelligence and Criminal Law 101