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International Conference on Cyber law Cyber crime & Cyber Security

International Conference on Cyberlaw Cybercrime & Cyber Security

Cyber Law Today by Pavan Duggal

AI LAW, ETHICS, PRIVACY & LEGALITIES

AI LAW, ETHICS, PRIVACY & LEGALITIES

This course provides a holistic perspective of some of the important issues and topics that are gaining significance in the evolving Artificial Intelligence Law discipline. This course deals with the importance of ethical principles and standards in Artificial Intelligence Law, the need for protecting and preserving the individuals’ data and personal privacy, need for enabling data protection in the Artificial Intelligence paradigm, the relationship between cybersecurity and Artificial Intelligence and the emerging need of regulating Artificial Intelligence cybercrimes. This course further tries to highlight the directions in which Artificial Intelligence Law as an emerging discipline is likely to evolve, with the passage of time.

Topics covered:

  1. Introduction
  2. Introductory Remarks
  3. Statistics – ChatBots & Virtual Assistants
  4. Statistics – Machine Learning
  5. Other Statistics A
  6. Other Statistics B
  7. AI & Ethics
  8. Legal Profession – AI & Ethics
  9. Morality & AI
  10. Morality Questions in AI
  11. Privacy & AI
  12. Privacy Norm & Their Incorporation in AI
  13. Privacy Violation by AI
  14. Applicability of Existing Privacy Law & AI
  15. Roles & Responsibilities of AI users
  16. Need to balance existing privacy legislations with AI
  17. Data protection in AI
  18. Applicability of existing data protection laws in AI
  19. Cyber security & AI
  20. AI and cyber security laws
  21. Responsibility of keeping AI secure
  22. Human monitoring of AI cyber security
  23. Cybercrime and AI
  24. Applicability of existing cybercrime legislations to AI
  25. Need for deterrence in AI cybercrime law
  26. Cybercrime by AI
  27. Attribution of AI cybercrime
  28. Shutting down AI systems for cybercrimes
  29. Inequality and AI laws
  30. Challenges in AI Cyber Crime – Going Forward
  31. Misuse of AI
  32. Malicious use of AI
  33. Regulating malicious use of AI
  34. FaceApp – an AI legal case study
  35. Impact of AI
  36. Need for broad legal AI framework
  37. Road ahead for AI laws
  38. Conclusion

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