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AI, Data and Private Law

Translating Theory into Practice

Editor(s): Gary Chan Kok Yew, Man Yip
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Published: 23-09-2021
Format: EPUB eBook (?)
Edition: 1st
Extent: 368
ISBN: 9781509946846
Imprint: Hart Publishing
RRP: £81.00
Online price : £64.80
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About AI, Data and Private Law

This book examines the interconnections between artificial intelligence, data governance and private law rules with a comparative focus on selected jurisdictions in the Asia-Pacific region. The chapters discuss the myriad challenges of translating and adapting theory, doctrines and concepts to practice in the Asia-Pacific region given their differing circumstances, challenges and national interests. The contributors are legal experts from the UK, Israel, Korea, and Singapore with extensive academic and practical experience.

The essays in this collection cover a wide range of topics, including data protection and governance, data trusts, information fiduciaries, medical AI, the regulation of autonomous vehicles, the use of blockchain technology in land administration, the regulation of digital assets and contract formation issues arising from AI applications.

The book will be of interest to members of the judiciary, policy makers and academics who specialise in AI, data governance and/or private law or who work at the intersection of these three areas, as well as legal technologists and practising lawyers in the Asia-Pacific, the UK and the US.

Table Of Contents

1. AI, Data and Private Law: The Theory-Practice Interface
Gary Chan (Singapore Management University, Singapore) and Man Yip (Singapore Management University, Singapore)

II. Data Protection, Governance and Private Law
2. How to De-identify Personal Data in Korea: An Evolutionary Tale
Haksoo Ko (Seoul National University, Korea) and Sangchul Park (Seoul National University, Korea)

3. Data Trusts for Lawful AI Data Sharing
Chris Reed (Queen Mary University of London, UK)

4. The Future of Personal Data Protection Law in Singapore: A Role for the Use of Artificial Intelligence and the Propertisation of Personal Data
Warren Chik (Singapore Management University, Singapore)

5. Personal Data as a Proprietary Resource
Lee Pey Woan (Singapore Management University, Singapore)

6. Transplanting the Concept of Information Fiduciary?
Man Yip (Singapore Management University, Singapore)

II. AI, Technology and Private Law
7. Regulating Autonomous Vehicles: Liability Paradigms and Value Choices
Chen Siyuan (Singapore Management University, Singapore)

8. Medical Artificial Intelligence, Standard of Care in Negligence and Tort Law
Gary Chan (Singapore Management University, Singapore)

9. Contract Formation in the Age of Machine Learning
Goh Yihan (Singapore Management University, Singapore)

10. Digital Assets: Balancing Liquidity with Other Considerations
Gal Acrich, Katia Litvak, On Dvori, Ophir Samuelov and Dov Greenbaum (all at IDC Herzliya, Israel)

11. Blockchain in Land Administration? Overlooked Details in Translating Theory into Practice
Alvin See (Singapore Management University, Singapore)

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