Law and technology

Research Theme

New chapter examines ‘dark side’ of emotional AI in emerging technologies

Student-run journal aims to deliver 'jolt' to legal tech research

Cracking the code: An alumna’s journey into the world of cybersecurity and law

Reclaiming a place for the law in the AI age

ANU scholar and students awarded funding for legal tech projects

How blockchain and smart contracts are driving a legal revolution

Izzy’s international upbringing and intergalactic career ambitions

An integrated defence system to protect Australia from catastrophic bushfires

Launched in the wake of the catastrophic Black Summer Bushfires of 2019-20, this multidisciplinary project is led by ANU scholars from ANU Climate Change Institute, Fenner School of Environment and Society, Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics, ANU College of Law, and ANU College of Computer Science and Engineering. As the project’s lead legal research, Dr Ryan seeks to identify and resolve legal challenges relating to the use of airborne technologies to detect and extinguish bushfires.


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