This project is a collaboration with the Centre for AI and Data Governance at SMU Singapore. The project’s research outcomes manifest in 12 essays in the forthcoming book Regulatory Insights on Artificial Intelligence: Research for Policy (Edward Elgar, forthcoming 2021, Findlay, Ford, Seoh and Thamapillai editors). The project contributions consider various aspects of legal and regulatory governance of artificial intelligence. The book is unique in additionally including author self-reflection on the nature of the research challenges in this fast-moving area, the interface with policy-making. The project has reflected on the significance of contextual variance in undertaking policy-relevant research on the governance of AI technologies.
Submitted by Daniel Livesey on 11.05am Wed 16 Sep 2020
Associate Professor Jolyon Ford; Dr Will Bateman; Scott Chamberlain; Dr Philippa Ryan; Dr Dilan Thampapillai; Professor Sally Wheeler OBE; Professor Mark Findlay