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Artificial intelligence and international economic law : disruption, regulation, and reconfiguration / / edited by Shin-Yi Peng, National Tsing Hua University, Ching-Fu Lin, National Tsing Hua University, Thomas Streinz, New York University School of Law [[electronic resource]]



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Titolo: Artificial intelligence and international economic law : disruption, regulation, and reconfiguration / / edited by Shin-Yi Peng, National Tsing Hua University, Ching-Fu Lin, National Tsing Hua University, Thomas Streinz, New York University School of Law [[electronic resource]] Visualizza cluster
Pubblicazione: Cambridge : , : Cambridge University Press, , 2021
Descrizione fisica: 1 online resource (xii, 352 pages) : digital, PDF file(s)
Disciplina: 343.08/7
Soggetto topico: Foreign trade regulation
International trade - Effect of technological innovations on
Artificial intelligence - Law and legislation
Persona (resp. second.): PengShen-yi <1971->
StreinzThomas
LinChing-Fu <1982->
Note generali: Title from publisher's bibliographic system (viewed on 04 Oct 2021).
Nota di contenuto: Artificial Intelligence and International Economic Law : Disruption, Regulation, and Reconfiguration / Shin-Yi Peng, Ching-Fu Lin and Thomas Streinz -- Trade Law in a Data-Driven Economy : A Call for Modesty and Resilience / Gregory Shaffer -- Global Law in the Face of Datafication and Artificial Intelligence / Rolf H. Weber -- Trading AI : Economic Interests, Societal Choices and Multilateral Rules / Dan Ciuriak and Vlada Rodionova -- Trade Rules for Industry 4.0 : Why the TBT Agreement Matters Even More / Aik Hoe Lim -- Autonomous Vehicle Standards under the TBT Agreement : Disrupting the Boundaries? / Shin-Yi Peng -- Convergence, Complexity and Uncertainty : AI and Intellectual Property Protection / Bryan Mercurio and Ronald Yu -- Are Digital Trade Disputes "Trade Disputes"? / Yuka Fukunaga -- International Economic Law's Regulation of Data as a Resource for the AI Economy / Thomas Streinz -- Data Protection and Artificial Intelligence : The EU's Internal Approach and Its Promotion through Trade Agreements / Alan Herv e -- Data Portability in a Data-Driven World / Frederike Zufall and Raphael Zingg -- Public Moral, Trade Secret, and the Dilemma of Regulating Driving Automation Systems / Ching-Fu Lin -- International Trade Law and the Data Ethics : Possibilities and Challenges / Neha Mishra -- Disciplining Artificial Intelligence Policies : WTO Law as a Sword and a Shield / Kelly K. Shang and Rachel R. Du -- Across the Great Wall : E-commerce Joint Statement Initiative Negotiation and China / Henry Gao -- The Next Great Global Knowledge Infrastructure Land Rush Has Begun : Will the US or China Prevail? / Jane K. Winn and Yi-Shyuan Chiang -- Trade Law Architecture after the Fourth Industrial Revolution / Lisa Toohey.
Sommario/riassunto: Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies are transforming economies, societies, and geopolitics. Enabled by the exponential increase of data that is collected, transmitted, and processed transnationally, these changes have important implications for international economic law (IEL). This volume examines the dynamic interplay between AI and IEL by addressing an array of critical new questions, including: How to conceptualize, categorize, and analyze AI for purposes of IEL? How is AI affecting established concepts and rubrics of IEL? Is there a need to reconfigure IEL, and if so, how? Contributors also respond to other cross-cutting issues, including digital inequality, data protection, algorithms and ethics, the regulation of AI-use cases (autonomous vehicles), and systemic shifts in e-commerce (digital trade) and industrial production (fourth industrial revolution). This title is also available as Open Access on Cambridge Core.
Altri titoli varianti: Artificial Intelligence & International Economic Law
Titolo autorizzato: Artificial intelligence and international economic law  Visualizza cluster
ISBN: 1-108-95715-3
1-108-95735-8
1-108-95400-6
Formato: Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione: Inglese
Record Nr.: 9910585960003321
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