This volume presents new research in artificial intelligence (AI) and Law with special reference to criminal justice.
It brings together leading international experts including computer scientists, lawyers, judges and cyber-psychologists. The book examines some of the core problems that technology raises for criminal law ranging from privacy and data protection, to cyber-warfare, through to the theft of virtual property. Focusing on the West and China, the work considers the issue of AI and the Law in a comparative context presenting the research from a cross-jurisdictional and cross-disciplinary approach.
As China becomes a global leader in AI and technology, the book provides an essential in-depth understanding of domestic laws in both Western jurisdictions and China on criminal liability for cybercrime. As such, it will be a valuable resource for academics and researchers working in the areas of AI, technology and criminal justice.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Emerging Technologies and the Criminal Law
DENNIS J. BAKER AND PAUL H. ROBINSON
Chapter 2: Financial Technology: Opportunities and Challenges to Law and Regulation
THE RIGHT HON. LORD HODGE P.C.
Chapter 3: Between Prevention and Enforcement: The Role of ‘Disruption’ in Confronting Cybercrime
Chapter 4: Preventive Cybercrime and Cybercrime by Omission in China
HE RONGGONG AND JING LIJIA
Chapter 5: Criminal Law Protection of Virtual Property
ZHANG MINGKAI AND WANG WENJING
Chapter 6: Criminalising Cybercrime Facilitation by Omission and Its Remote Harm Form in China
LIANG GENLIN AND DENNIS J. BAKER
Chapter 7: Rethinking Personal Data Protection In The Criminal Law Of China
Chapter 8: Using Conspiracy and Complicity for Criminalising Cyber-Fraud in China: Lessons from the Common Law LI LIFENG, TIANHONG ZHAO AND DENNIS J. BAKER
Chapter 10: AI v IP: Criminal Liability for Intellectual Property Offences of Artificial Intelligence Entities
Chapter 11: Do Not Panic: Artificial Intelligence and Criminal Law 101
Dennis J. Baker, Research Professor, De Montfort University, UK
Paul H. Robinson, Colin S. Diver Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania, USA