Collective work, by experts from 3 continents (America, Asia and Europe) that analyzes the main ethical and legal problems posed by Artificial Intelligence as a starting point to enrich the debate around its future regulation.
Artificial Intelligence and the Law
Directores: Pablo García Mexía y Francisco Pérez Bes
This book aims to contribute to enrich the debate about the ethical and especially legal determinants of AI technologies.
The work is characterised by three main notes: it is multidisciplinary, international and introductory. Multidisciplinary, because it focuses mainly on legal aspects, but it does not disregard the technological one, obviously essential in view of its subject-matter. It is international, as its authors come from universities and other entities on three continents (América, Asia and Europe). Thirdly, it is an introductory book to the main ethical and legal (also business) problems of AI; at recording all of them, though, it will provide the reader with the general vision often sought when first approaching a matter or when trying to identify its very essence.