Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights

Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights

 
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ISBN13:9780192882486
ISBN10:0192882481
Kötéstípus:Keménykötés
Terjedelem:688 oldal
Méret:240x165x44 mm
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Human Rights and Artificial Intelligence is a seminal text on the legal ramifications of machine learning. Analysing both the concept of human rights and specific rights in light of new AI technologies, this expansive volume will be useful to academics, professionals, and policymakers navigating this complex and shifting terrain.

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The scope of Artificial Intelligence's (AI) hold on modern life is only just beginning to be fully understood. Academics, professionals, policymakers, and legislators are analysing the effects of AI in the legal realm, notably in human rights work. Artificial Intelligence technologies and modern human rights have lived parallel lives for the last sixty years, and they continue to evolve with one another as both fields take shape.

Human Rights and Artificial Intelligence explores the effects of AI on both the concept of human rights and on specific topics, including civil and political rights, privacy, non-discrimination, fair procedure, and asylum. Second- and third-generation human rights are also addressed. By mapping this relationship, the book clarifies the benefits and risks for human rights as new AI applications are designed and deployed.

Its granular perspective makes Human Rights and Artificial Intelligence a seminal text on the legal ramifications of machine learning. This expansive volume will be useful to academics and professionals navigating the complex relationship between AI and human rights.

This book is a welcome attempt to consider some of the serious, even alarming, implications for human rights. It comprises more than 30 essays by a wide range of contributors, covering subjects such as civil and political rights, privacy, asylum, non-discrimination and legal procedure. The scale of the endeavour is [vast] ... [T]his book is an important contribution to what can only be the beginning of a revolution.
Tartalomjegyzék:
Introduction
AI Life Cycle and Human Rights: Risks and Remedies
Artificial Intelligence and the Right to Liberty and Security
Artificial Intelligence and Religious Freedom
Artificial Intelligence and Freedom of Expression
Artificial Intelligence and Freedom of Assembly
Artificial Intelligence and the Right to Property: The Human Rights Dimension of Intellectual Property
Artificial Intelligence and the Right to Privacy
The Rights to Privacy and Data Protection and Facial Recognition Technology in the Global North
Privacy, Political Participation and Dissent: Facial Recognition Technologies and the Risk of Digital Authoritarianism in the Global South
The Production of and Control Over Data in the AI-Era: The Two Failing Approaches to Privacy Protection
Artificial Intelligence, the Public Space, and the Right to Be Ignored
Artificial Intelligence and Racial Discrimination
Artificial Intelligence and Gender-Based Discrimination
Artificial Intelligence and LGBTQ+ Rights
Artificial Intelligence and Women's Rights: Deepfake Technology
Artificial Intelligence and Disability Rights
Artificial Intelligence and Fair Trial Rights
Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics: A Recipe for Human Rights Violations
Artificial Intelligence and the Right to an Effective Remedy
Artificial Intelligence Technologies and the Right to Seek and Enjoy Asylum
Artificial Intelligence Screening and the Right of Asylum
Artificial Intelligence and the Right to Food
Artificial Intelligence and the Right to Housing
Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights at Work
Artificial Intelligence and the Right to Health
Artificial Intelligence and Consumer Protection Rights
Artificial Intelligence and the Right to a Healthy Environment
Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights: Understanding and Governing Common Risks and Benefits
Human Rights, Legal Personality and Artificial Intelligence: What Can Epistemology and Moral Philosophy Teach Law?
Robot Rights / Human Responsibility
The Limits of AI Decision-Making: Are There Decisions Artificial Intelligence Should Not Make?
Smart Cities, Artificial Intelligence and Public Law: An Unchained Melody
Putting Private Sector Responsibility in the Mix: A Business and Human Rights Approach to Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Intelligence Human Rights Impact Assessment
Real Life Experimentation with Artificial Intelligence
Conclusion