In November the new book „Robotics, AI and the Future of Law“ edited by Marcelo Corrales, Mark Fenwick and Nikolaus Forgó was published as part of the book series: Perspectives in Law, Business and Innovation. The book includes contributions on current trends in the field of technology from the perspective of various traditional sub-disciplines of legal studies.
Two of the book chapters have been provided by IRI staff members. Ioannis Revolidis joined by Alan Dahi wrote a chapter on the extra-contractual liability of robots with the title “The Peculiar Case of the Mushroom Picking Robot: Extra-contractual Liability in Robotics”. Stefanie Hänold provided a chapter on profiling and automated decision-making focusing on the impact of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) with the title “Profiling and Automated Decision-Making: Legal Implications and Shortcomings”.
The book is available at Springer Link.