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I'm a law professor interested in law and popular culture.
Interests: Law, European History, Popular Culture, Literature, Magic, Film, Human Rights, Cats, France and the Basque Country, Classical Music, Satire, Puns
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Sandra Wachter, Brent Middelstadt, and Chris Russell, all of the Oxford Internet Institute, have published Do large language models have a legal duty to tell the truth? Here is the abstract. Careless speech is a new type of harm created by large language models (LLM) that poses cumulative, long-term risks... Continue reading
Peter Lee, University of California, Davis, School of Law, is publishing Synthetic Data and the Future of AI in volume 110 of the Cornell Law Review. Here is the abstract. The future of artificial intelligence (AI) is synthetic. Several of the most prominent technical and legal challenges of AI derive... Continue reading
Mihailis Diamantis, University of Iowa College of Law, is publishing Reasonable AI: A Negligence Standard in volume 77 of the Vanderbilt Law Review. Here is the abstract. Even as artificial intelligence promises to turbocharge social and economic progress, its human costs are becoming apparent. By design, AI behaves in unexpected... Continue reading
Ying Hu, National University of Singapore, Faculty of Law, is publishing Unjust Enrichment Law and AI in The Cambridge Handbook of Private Law and Artificial Intelligence, Chapter 13 (forthcoming). Here is the abstract. Unjust enrichment is a plausible cause of action for individuals whose data has been collected and used... Continue reading
Paul Bilokon, Imperial College Lndon, has published Evolution-Bootstrapped Simulation: Artificial or Human Intelligence: Which Came First? Here is the abstract. Humans have created artificial intelligence (AI), not the other way around. This statement is deceptively obvious. In this note, we decided to challenge this statement as a small, lighthearted Gedankenexperiment.... Continue reading
John Bliss, University of Denver Sturm College of Law, is publishing Teaching Law in the Age of Generative AI in Jurimetrics. Here is the abstract. With the rise of large language models capable of passing law school exams and the Unified Bar Exam, how should legal educators prepare their students... Continue reading
Mark Batholomew, SUNY Buffalo Law School, is publishing A Right to Be Left Dead in the California Law Review. Here is the abstract. Technology forces us to contemplate a counterpart to the right of privacy—Brandeis and Warren’s “right to be left alone”—for the age of AI: the right to be... Continue reading
Heidi Härkönen, University of Turku Faculty of Law, is publishing The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on the Fashion Sector: A Moral Rights’ Perspective in Routledge Handbook of Fashion Law (E Rosati and I Calboli, eds. Routledge, 2024). Here is the abstract. This chapter discusses the copyright-related impacts that sophisticated artificial... Continue reading
Michael D. Murray, University of Kentucky College of Law, has published Artificial Intelligence for Academic Support in Law Schools and Universities. Here is the abstract. The current models of verbal generative artificial intelligence (AI)—Bing Chat, GPT-4 and Chat GPT, Bard, Claude, and others, and the current models of visual generative... Continue reading
Danielle Pelfrey Duryea, Boston University School of Law, has published What Does Generative Artificial Intelligence Mean for Clinical Legal Education? Within the last ten months, OpenAI's ChatGPT and other large language model (LLM) artificial intelligence tools have become widely available, widely celebrated, and widely feared. The legal profession is abuzz... Continue reading
Check out AI Law Librarians, this new blog on generative AI and legal education, research, and tech, from some very smart and very entertaining law librarians. Continue reading
Nicola Lucchi, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Department of Law, has published ChatGPT: A Case Study on Copyright Challenges for Generative AI Systems at 2023 European Journal of Risk Regulation 1. Here is the abstract. This article focuses on copyright issues pertaining to generative artificial intelligence (AI) systems, with particular emphasis on... Continue reading
Jonathan H. Choi and Daniel Schwarcz, both of the University of Minnesota Law School, have published AI Assistance in Legal Analysis: An Empirical Study as Minnesota Legal Studies Research Paper No. 23-22. Here is the abstract. Can artificial intelligence (AI) augment human legal reasoning? To find out, we designed a... Continue reading
Eugene Volokh, University of California, Los Angeles, School of Law, has published Large Libel Models? Liability for AI Output at 3 Journal of Free Speech Law 489 (2023). Here is the abstract. “Large Language Model” AI programs routinely invent false and defamatory allegations, complete with invented quotes and invented newspaper... Continue reading
Vincenzo Iaia, Luiss University, has published To Be, or Not to Be … Original Under Copyright Law, That Is (One of) the Main Questions Concerning AI-Produced Works at 71 GRUR International IX (2022). Here is the abstract. This paper examines whether different types of AI-produced works, namely AI-assisted, AI-generated, and... Continue reading
Aslihan Asil, Yale University, and Thomas Wollmann, University of Chicago, have published Can Machines Commit Crimes Under US Antitrust Laws? Here is the abstract. Generative artificial intelligence is being rapidly deployed for corporate tasks including pricing. Suppose one of these machines communicates with the pricing manager of a competing firm,... Continue reading
Elizabeth E. Joh, University of California, Davis, School of Law, Equitable Legal Remedies and the Existential Threat to Generative AI. Here is the abstract. Generative AI programs like ChatGPT and Midjourney can produce text, images, and video because their models have been trained on vast amounts of books, pictures, art,... Continue reading
Mark Cooney, Western Michigan University Cooley Law School, has published Teaching AI to Use Plain Language at 102 Michigan Bar Journal 26 (July/August 2023). Here is the abstract. This article demonstrates how lawyers can use generative AI to reimagine and improve old forms. It begins with a dense guaranty form... Continue reading
Michael J. Broyde, Emory University School of Law, is publishing AI and Jewish Law: Seeing How ChatGPT 4.0 Looks at a Novel Issue in B.D.D.- Bekhol Derakhekha Daehu. Here is the abstract. In an article forthcoming, I analyze whether a man who is in a same sex relationship may engage... Continue reading
Graham Greenleaf, University of New South Wales, Faculty of Law, Andrew Mowbray, University of Technology Sydney, Faculty of Law, and Philip Chung, University of New South Wales, Faculty of Law and Justice, have published Regulation of (Generative) AI Requires Continuous Oversight (AustLII Submission on the ‘Safe and Responsible AI in... Continue reading
Mark A. Lemley, Stanford Law School, Peter Henderson, Stanford University, and Tatsunori Hashimoto, Stanford University, have published Where's the Liability in Harmful AI Speech? Here is the abstract. Generative AI, in particular text-based “foundation models” (large models trained on a huge variety of information including the internet), can generate speech... Continue reading
Richard Warner, Chicago-Kent College of Law, and Robert H. Sloan, University of Illinois at Chicago, have published How AI Unfairly Tilts the Playing Field: Privacy, Fairness, and Risk Shadows. Here is the abstract. Private sector applications of artificial intelligence (AI) raise related questions of informational privacy and fairness. Fairness requires... Continue reading
Kalliopi Terzidou, Universite du Luxembourg, Faculty of Law, Economics, and Finance, has published The Use of Artificial Intelligence in the Judiciary and its Compliance with the Right to a Fair Trial at 31 Journal of Judicial Administration 154 (2022). Here is the abstract. European courts are increasingly investing in Artificial... Continue reading
Roman M. Yankovskiy, Higher School of Economics, has published Is Artificial Intelligence Capable of Writing a Law Journal Article? at 3 Zakon [The Statute] 126 (2023). In this article, we explore the potential of artificial intelligence (AI), in particular, ChatGPT based on GPT 4.0 model, to create articles in the... Continue reading
Martin Senftleben, Institute for Information Law, University of Amsterdam, has published Generative AI and Author Remuneration. Here is the abstract. With the evolution of generative AI systems, machine-made productions in the literary and artistic domain have reached a level of refinement that allows them to substitute human creations. Inevitably, the... Continue reading