Artificial Intelligence: Crime, War, and Justice
Title: Artificial Intelligence
Subtitle: Crime, War, and Justice
Subject Classification: Artificial Intelligence, Law and Legal Ethics, Society and Culture, War and Conflict
BIC Classification: UYQ, JPVH, LAQ
BISAC Classification: COM004000, LAW036000, POL035010
Binding: Hardback, pp.(to be confirmed)
Planned Publication date: November 2023
ISBN (printed book): 978-1-80441-302-9
ISBN (web pdf): 978-1-80441-303-6
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) plays a key role in crime and prevention, armed conflicts, and in the criminal and civil justice system development. This edited volume provides a cross-disciplinary approach, with contributions from legal and IT specialists, on a range of issues relating to uses, restrictions, and regulation of AI in law enforcement, warfare, and justice.
Through a series of examples, international experts discuss the effect of AI on preventing crimes, and in the development of weapons and military strategies. This work also explains how AI can benefit the enforcement and justice system and the creation of a fairest judicial system that respects human rights without bias.
Contributions include: The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) by criminals; Law enforcement trade-offs between Privacy and Safety; The use of Unmanned Vehicles; The first AI war; Regulation of Autonomous Weapon Systems in warfare; Automated Justice; AI and Discrimination; and the use of AI in Judicial Appeals.
Editor: Dr. Nathalie Rébé is a researcher, based in Luxembourg. She is the author of three books addressing the regulation of new technologies. She holds University degrees from France, Italy, and the USA.
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