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Title Algorithms and law / edited by Martin Ebers, Susana Navas
Imprint Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2020
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 Euro-Am Studies Lib  343.0999 Eb39 2020    AVAILABLE  -  30500101565482
 人文社會聯圖  K87 .A42 2020    AVAILABLE    30660020240367
Descript xxi, 297 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references
Robotics and Artificial Intelligence : The Present and Future Visions / Sami Haddadin and Dennis Knobbe -- Regulating AI and Robotics : Ethical and Legal Challenges / Martin Ebers -- Regulating Algorithms : How to Demystify the Alchemy of Code? / Mario Martini -- Automated Decision-Making under Article 22 GDPR : Towards a More Substantial Regime for Solely Automated Decision-Making / Diana Sancho -- Robot Machines and Civil Liability / Susana Navas -- Extra-Contractual Liability for Wrongs Committed by Autonomous Systems / Ruth Janal -- Control of Algorithms in Financial Markets : The Example of High-Frequency Trading / Gerald Spindler -- Creativity of Algorithms and Copyright Law / Susana Navas -- "Wake Neutrality"of Artificial Intelligence Devices / Brian Subirana, Renwick Bivings, and Sanjay Sarma -- The (Envisaged) Legal Framework for Commercialisation of Digital Data within the EU : Data Protection Law and Data Economic Law As a Conflicted Basis for Algorithm-Based Products and Services / Björn Steinrötter.
"Algorithms come in many different shapes and forms, ranging from software systems (e.g. data mining programs, medical diagnosis systems, price algorithms and expert trading systems) to embodied robots (e.g. self-driving cars, unmanned underwater vehicles, surgical robots, drones, personal and social robots) and open source machine learning systems.1 The increased use of these intelligent systems is changing our lives, our society, our economy - challenging at the same time the traditional boundaries of law. Algorithms are widely employed to make decisions that have increasingly far-reaching impacts on individuals and the society, leading potentially to manipulation, biases, censorship, social discrimination, violations of privacy, property rights, and more"-- Provided by publisher
Subject Law -- Data processing
Information storage and retrieval systems -- Law
Computer networks -- Law and legislation
Alt Author Ebers, Martin, 1970- editor
Navas, Susana, 1966- editor
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