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Law, Technology and Humans Volume 4 Issue 1

A new issue of Law, Technology and Humans has been published. From UNSW, Australia Lyria Bennett Moses, Jan Breckenridge, Joshua Gibson and Georgia Lyons provide an analyses of technology-facilitated domestic and family violence (TFDFV) through a privacy lens—drawing on privacy and DFV literature. Charles Lawson addresses the concerns…

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Health Technology and Big Data: Is ethical debt inevitable?

In the first seminar of our QUT Global Law, Science and Technology Seminar Series, co-hosted by the Australian Centre for Health Law Research (ACHLR), Associate Professor Bernadette Richards explored the challenges of trustworthy data governance. Abstract: Technology is empowering advances in healthcare, extending beyond the clinical interface to the…

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Law, Technology and Humans: Call for Papers

Symposium Jurisprudence of the Future 2022 Science fiction is the bubbling crucible from which technological society imagines its future. For legal scholars concerns with nomos, with how narrative, story and myth, forms normative universes, science fiction is particularly important. This symposium, edited by Associate Professor Mitch Travis (University…

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What happens when a robot writes a law article?

The Law, Technology and Humans Journal has published the first machine-generated law review article. Canadian law academics Benjamin Alarie (University of Toronto) and Arthur Cockfield (Queen’s University) approached the Journal’s Chief Editor Professor Kieran Tranter (Faculty of Business & Law) to have an AI software program known as…