Farah Qureshi , Stephen C Rea and Kristin N Johnson
(DIS)CREDITING CLAIMS OF FINANCIAL INCLUSION: THE INTEGRATION OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN CONSUMER CREDIT MARKETS IN THE UNITED STATES AND KENYA
Keywords:financial inclusion; fintech; credit scoring; machine learning; artificial intelligence; mobile money; payment systems; financial regulation; credit; lending
HOARDER, HANDLER, BRICOLEUR, SPY: AN EXPLICATION OF INFORMATION DISTRIBUTION ORGANISATIONS
Keywords:information policy; data processing; systems; information distribution organisations
ARE THERE INTERNATIONAL RULES GOVERNING CYBERSPACE?
Keywords:cyberspace; cybersecurity; sovereignty; Internet; big data; customary international law; digital economy; information and communications technology; WTO
DIGITAL JUSTICE IN 2058: TRUSTING OUR SURVIVAL TO ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, QUANTUM AND THE RULE OF LAW
Keywords:quantum computing; AI by design; rule of law; quantum law; digital trust; explainable AI; fairness, accountability and transparency
Kristin N. Johnson and Carla L. Reyes
EXPLORING THE IMPLICATIONS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
Keywords:artificial intelligence, ethics, values, policy framework, privacy, bias
Rebecca Mitchell, Edward Imwinkelried and Michael Stockdale
DEFERRED PROSECUTION AGREEMENTS AND LEGAL PROFESSIONAL PRIVILEGE/ATTORNEY– CLIENT PRIVILEGE: ENGLISH AND US EXPERIENCE COMPARED
Keywords:deferred prosecution agreements; legal professional privilege; attorney–client privilege; waiver of privilege; limited waiver; Upjohn warnings; judicial oversight
THE COMMITTEE ON THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES AND THE FIGHT AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING
Keywords:human trafficking; modern-day slavery; fundamental rights; UN Human Rights Standards; Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
Alan Reed and Muhammad Sarahne
ANGLO-AMERICAN PERSPECTIVES ON OMISSIONS LIABILITY: THEORETICAL AND SUBSTANTIVE CONTOURS OF CRIMINALISATION AND OPTIMAL REFORM PATHWAYS
Keywords:omission liability; Anglo-American criminal law perspectives; fair warning and legality; Good Samaritan laws; creation of dangerous situations; duty to rescue and to report; optimal reforms
COMPLICITY LIABILITY: ENGLISH AND CHINESE APPROACHES COMPARED
Keywords:derivative complicity; common intention; foresight; innocent agency; lesser-included offence; fair labelling; collateral crime; inchoate offence of assisting and encouraging
Alisdair A Gillespie
JUST THE MONEY? DOES THE CRIMINAL LAW APPROPRIATELY TACKLE ROMANCE FRAUDS?
Keywords:cybercrime; offence of fraud; identity theft; romance fraud; sexual offences; consent as a defence; deception as vitiating consent; victims of fraud
Amanda Clough and Kate Fitz-Gibbon
THE OUTDATED DEFENCE OF NON-VIOLENT HOMOSEXUAL ADVANCE: AUSTRALIAN PROVOCATION REFORM AND LESSONS FOR ENGLISH HOMICIDE LAW
Keywords:homosexual advance defence; provocation defence; loss of control; criminal law reform; manslaughter; murder
Susan SM Edwards and Heather Douglas
THE CRIMINALISATION OF A DANGEROUS FORM OF COERCIVE CONTROL: NON-FATAL STRANGULATION IN ENGLAND AND WALES AND AUSTRALIA
Keywords:non-fatal strangulation; choking; suffocation; intimate partner violence; coercive control; offences; criminal law
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