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Book/Printed Material Artificial intelligence and international economic law : disruption, regulation, and reconfiguration

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Title

  • Artificial intelligence and international economic law : disruption, regulation, and reconfiguration

Summary

  • "This book was finalized while countries around the world were still confronting a global public health crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many came to rely on digital services as an infrastructure for social interaction and professional endeavors, including academic and educational work. The pandemic seems to have precipitated a further shift towards digital technologies and artificial intelligence. It is our hope that this book will contribute to an informed discussion about the relevance of and implications for international economic law beyond the pandemic"-- Provided by publisher.

Names

  • Lin, Ching-Fu, 1982- editor
  • Peng, Shen-yi, 1971- editor
  • Streinz, Thomas, editor

Created / Published

  • New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2021.

Contents

  • 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 Hervé -- 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.

Headings

  • -  Artificial intelligence--Law and legislation--Congresses
  • -  Foreign trade regulation--Congresses
  • -  International trade--Effect of technological innovations on--Congresses
  • -  LAW / International

Notes

  • -  "Most of the authors met in person in Taipei in the fall of 2019 for the Society of International Economic Law's (SIEL) Asian International Economic Law Network (AIELN) 6th biennial conference "International Trade Regime for the Data-Driven Economy: How Will Artificial Intelligence Transform International Economic Law", organized by Institute of Law for Science and Technology at National Tsing Hua University (NTHU). "--ECIP adknowledgements.
  • -  Includes bibliographical references.
  • -  Description based on print version record and CIP data provided by publisher; resource not viewed.
  • -  Verifier: Ask Qijie to review NAR for Shen-yi Peng and to add Chinese and pinyin headings.--xg08

Medium

  • 1 online resource

Call Number/Physical Location

  • K3943.A6

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Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2021024541

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  • Unrestricted online access

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  • pdf

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Chicago citation style:

Lin, Ching-Fu, Editor, and Shen-Yi Peng. Artificial Intelligence and International Economic Law: Disruption, Regulation, and Reconfiguration. editeds by Streinz, Thomasitor New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2021. Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/2021024541/.

APA citation style:

Lin, C. & Peng, S., Streinz, T., ed. (2021) Artificial Intelligence and International Economic Law: Disruption, Regulation, and Reconfiguration. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press. [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2021024541/.

MLA citation style:

Lin, Ching-Fu, Editor, and Shen-Yi Peng. Artificial Intelligence and International Economic Law: Disruption, Regulation, and Reconfiguration. ed by Streinz, Thomasitor New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2021. Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2021024541/>.