top of page

Resources for the Law and Policy of Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Recommended  Literature

Ryan Abbott: The Reasonable Robot - Artificial Intelligence and the Law, Cambridge UP 2020

Beena Ammanath: Trustworthy AI: A Business Guide for Navigating Trust and Ethics in AI, Wiley 2022

Woodrow Barfield & Ugo Pagallo (eds.): Research Handbook on the Law of Artificial Intelligence, Edward Elgar 2018

Reid Blackman: Ethical Machines: Your Concise Guide to Totally Unbiased, Transparent, and Respectful AI, Harvard Bus Rev Press 2022

Anu Bradford: Digital Empires - The Global Battle to Regulate Technology, Oxford UP 2023

Ian Bremmer & Mustafa Suleyman: The AI Power Paradox – Can States Learn to Govern Artificial Intelligence Before It’s Too Late?, Foreign Affairs Sept/Oct 2023, pp. 26-43

Brian Christian: The Alignment Problem - Machine Learning and Human Values, Norton & Co. 2020

Mark Coecklebergh: AI Ethics, MIT Press 2020

Bart Custers & Eduard Fosch-Villaronga (eds.): Law and Artificial Intelligence - Regulating AI and Applying AI in Legal Practice, Springer 2022

Simon Deakin & Christopher Markou (eds): Is Law Computable? Critical Perspectives on Law and Artificial Intelligence, Hart Publ. 2020

Markus Dubber et al. (eds): The Oxford Handbook of Ethics of AI, OUP 2020

Michèle Flournoy: AI Is Already at War – How Artificial Intelligence Will Transform the Military, Foreign Affairs Nov/Dec 2023, pp. 56-69

Emma Jones, Francine Ryan, Ann Thanaraj & Terry Wong: Digital Lawyering - Technology and Legal Practice in the 21st Century, Routledge 2022

Michael Kearns & Aaron Roth: The Ethical Algorithm: The Science of Socially Aware Algorithm Design, Oxford UP 2019

Charles Kerrigan (ed.): Artificial Intelligence - Law and Regulation, Edward Elgar 2022

Henry Kissinger, Eric Schmidt & Daniel Huttenlocher: The Age of AI and Our Human Future, Little Brown 2021

James Manyika & Michael Spence: The Coming AI Economic Revolution – Can Artificial Intelligence Reverse the Productivity Slowdown, Foreign Affairs Nov/Dec 2023, pp. 70-86

Andrew McAfee & Erik Brynjolfsson: Machine Platform Crowd - Harnessing Our Digital Future, Norton & Co. 2017

K. Nikolskaia and V. Naumov: Artificial Intelligence in Law,,2020 International Multi-Conference on Industrial Engineering and Modern Technologies (FarEastCon), Vladivostok, Russia, 2020, pp. 1-4, doi: 10.1109/FarEastCon50210.2020.9271095

Cathy O'Neil: Weapons of Math Destruction: How Big Data Increases Inequality and Threatens Democracy, Crown Publ. 2017

Stuart Russel: Human Compatible: Artificial Intelligence and the Problem of Control, Penguin 2020

Josh Simons: Algorithms for the People: Democracy in the Age of AI, Princeton Univ Press 2023

Henrique Sousa Antunes et al. (eds): Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Artificial Intelligence and the Law, Springer 2024

Mustafa Suleyman: The Coming Wave – Technology, Power, and the 21st Century’s Greatest Dilemma, Crown Publ. 2023

Thomas Wischmeyer & Timo Rademacher (eds): Regulating Artificial Intelligence, Springer 2020

Foundations of Artificial Intelligence Regulation

     Wolfgang Hoffmann-Riem: Artificial Intelligence as a Challenge for Law and Regulation, pp. 1-29

     Nikolaus Marsch: Artificial Intelligence and the Fundamental Right to Data Protection: Opening the Door for

          Technological Innovation and Innovative Protection, pp. 33-52

     Christian Ernst: Artificial Intelligence and Autonomy: Self-Determination in the Age of Automated Systems,

          pp. 53-73

     Thomas Wischmeyer: Artificial Intelligence and Transparency: Opening the Black Box, pp. 75-101

     Alexander Tischbirek: Artificial Intelligence and Discrimination: Discriminating Against Discriminatory Systems,

          pp. 103-121

     Jan-Erik Schirmer: Artificial Intelligence and Legal Personality: Introducing “Teilrechtsfähigkeit”: A Partial Legal

          Status Made in Germany, pp. 123-142

Governance of and Through Artificial Intelligence

     Christoph Krönke: Artificial Intelligence and Social Media, pp. 145-173

     Gabriele Buchholtz: Artificial Intelligence and Legal Tech: Challenges to the Rule of Law, pp. 175-198

     Yoan Hermstrüwer: Artificial Intelligence and Administrative Decisions Under Uncertainty, pp. 199-223

     Timo Rademacher: Artificial Intelligence and Law Enforcement, pp. 225-254

     Jakob Schemmel: Artificial Intelligence and the Financial Markets: Business as Usual?, pp. 255-276

     Christian Djeffal: Artificial Intelligence and Public Governance: Normative Guidelines for Artificial Intelligence

          in Government and Public Administration, pp. 277-293

     Nadja Braun Binder: Artificial Intelligence and Taxation: Risk Management in Fully Automated Taxation Procedures,

          pp. 295-306

     Sarah Jabri: Artificial Intelligence and Healthcare: Products and Procedures, pp. 307-335

     Fruzsina Molnár-Gábor: Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: Doctors, Patients and Liabilities, pp. 337-360

     Moritz Hennemann: Artificial Intelligence and Competition Law, pp. 361-388

Georgios I. Zekos: Advanced Artificial Intelligence and Robo-Justice, Springer 2022

     Part I: Present Regulation of Courts and Arbitration and Their Paradox

          The Legal Basis of Courts and Arbitration

          Constitution, Courts and Arbitration

          Judges and Arbitrators as Law Makers

          Courts' Engagement in Arbitration Under U.S., English, Belgian and Greek Law

          AAI National Authority Management Arbitration

     Part II: Courts and Arbitration in the Artificial Intelligence and Advanced AI Era

          From AI Towards Advanced AI

          From ADR to ODR

          Courts and Arbitration Advancements

          AI in Arbitration and Courts

          Robo-Justice

... and Websites

AI Business reports on Machine Learning (ML), neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), big data, automation, verticals, including IoT and robotics, responsible AI, companies in the markets, and more...

AI News, quite possibly the #1 most useful website for general news and updates...

AI Weekly and it's sister newsletter Essentials are free newsletters talking about general AI news, AI ethics, use cases, robotics, research, marketing, AI in healthcare, cybersecurity, business ventures, and other important topics.

Global Legal Insights has a special section on "AI, Machine Learning & Big Data Laws and Regulations 2023"

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers or IEEE ("eye triple E") claims to be "the world's largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity." We cannot fact-check this claim but they are a non-profit and their website is pretty awesome, including frequent updates about AI.

MIT Technology Review on Artificial Intelligence

OpenAI was catapulted into the headlines when it released ChatGPT 3.5 open access in November 2022. It wants "to ensure that artificial general intelligence—AI systems that are generally smarter than humans—benefits all of humanity." While ChatGPT 3.5 has its limits, a modest US$20 per month will grant access to ChatGPT 4.0, which "can see, hear, and speak" and has all the latest data... we use it every day.

Tableau.com  "... is a visual analytics platform transforming the way we use data to solve problems—empowering people and organizations to make the most of their data.

VentureBeat is focused on AI startups, investment opportunities, funding sources, product launches, and all things related to the business side of AI.

bottom of page