In Artificial Intelligence: Robot Law, Policy and Ethics, Dr. Nathalie Rébé discusses the legal and contemporary issues in relation to creating conscious robots. She argues that AI’s physical and decision-making capacities to act on its own means having to grant it a juridical personality.
The advancement in new technologies forces us to reconsider the role Artificial Intelligence (AI) will have in our society. Sectors such as education, transportation, jobs, sex, business, the military, medical and security will be particularly affected by the development of AI.
This work provides an analysis of cases and existing regulatory tools, which could be used by lawyers in future trials. Dr. Rébé also offers a new comprehensive framework to regulate Strong AI so that ‘it’ can safely live among humans.
This book is a response to two questions: first, should we ban or prohibit AI; and, secondly, if not, what should be the salient features of a legal or regulatory framework for AI?
Dr. Nathalie Rébé holds a Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) from Paris School of Business, and a Doctorate in Juridical Science (JSD) on Financial Crimes from Thomas Jefferson School of Law (USA). She has participated in various international conferences as an academic author, and taught on both International Criminal Law, and Business Administration university level courses. With a Post Graduate Diploma in Cyber Law from the University of Montpellier, Dr. Rébé’s research and publications have been focused on New Technologies, Security, Privacy, and Regulatory matters.
Acknowledgments List of Figures Acronyms and Abbreviations
Introduction – AI (R)evolution: On the Path to Robot Independence
PART 1 The Light and Dark Side of Advanced Technologies
Introduction to Part 1
1 Heading Towards Dire Economic Consequences?
2 A Revolution for Worldwide Education
3 Privacy and Law Enforcement in an Artificial World
4 Future Military Scenarios
5 Trans-humanism and Medical Progress
6 Robot Relationships: Love, Sex and Business
PART 2 AI Rights, Crimes and Punishments
Introduction to Part 2
7 The Juridical Personality of Artificial Intelligence
8 Inherent Rights of Strong AI
9 Illegal Usage of AI Technology
10 Jurisdictional Competencies and Fair Punishment for Wrongful Conduct
11 Starter’s Guide for Future Trials
12 Thinking Ahead: Building a New AI Convention
Conclusion: Will Mankind Be Overwhelmed and Become the Slave of Its Own Innovation?
This book can serve as a textbook for law or new technologies students. It can also be a solid basis for future trials and serve lawyers and judges in building cases, as well as worldwide regulatory bodies.