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Artificial Intelligence, Robots and the Law

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Dr Michael Guihot (Senior Lecturer in the QUT Faculty of Law), in collaboration with Lyria Bennett Moses (Professor in the UNSW Sydney Faculty of Law), has published a new book which explores the legal and ethical issues arising from developments in artificial intelligence and robotics.

Artificial Intelligence, Robots and the Law engages with socio-technical changes caused by developments in artificial intelligence and robotics, and identifies critical legal and ethical issues that may drive the need for general law reform and technology-specific regulation.

Artificial Intelligence, Robots and the Law is available now in hard copy and as an eBook from the LexisNexis Online Store.

About Michael Guihot

Dr Michael Guihot is a Senior Lecturer in the QUT Faculty of Law. Michael’s research investigates the intersection of new technology and law, including the regulation of artificial intelligence, and the impact of new technologies on power and governance. Michael is a member of the Datafication and Automation of Human Life Research Group.

You can learn more about Michael and his research and publications in his staff profile.

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