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Listening from Afar: An Algorithmic Analysis of Testimonies from the International Criminal Court

By: Dr. Renana Keydar, Assistant Professor of Law and Digital Humanities, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Despite the recognized importance of witness testimony in addressing systematic violence and human rights violations, reflected in the participation of large numbers of witnesses … Continue reading

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Contextual Fairness: A Legal and Policy Analysis of Algorithmic Fairness

By: Doaa Abu-Elyounes, S.J.D. Candidate at Harvard Law School To date, all stakeholders are working intensively on policy design for artificial intelligence.  All initiatives center around the requirement that AI algorithms should be fair.  But what exactly does it mean?  … Continue reading

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China’s Regulatory Approach to the Sharing Economy: A Perspective on Ride-Hailing

By: Huiqin Jiang, Associate Professor, School of Law and Politics, Zhejiang Sci-Tech University, China & Heng Wang, Professor & Co-Director, Herbert Smith Freehills China International Business and Economic Law (CIBEL) Centre at University of New South Wales, Sydney While the sharing economy brings significant social … Continue reading

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Automated Vehicles and Third-Party Liability: A European Perspective

By: Dr Michael Chatzipanagiotis & Dr George Leloudas, Associate Professor, HRC School of Law at Swansea University This article examines third-party liability issues of automated vehicles (AV) as currently regulated in Europe at the level of the European Union (EU) and at … Continue reading

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Why Such Lack of Coherence Between U.S. and EU Data Privacy Law?

By: Gregory Voss, Associate Professor, TBS Business School (Toulouse, France) In the forthcoming Fall 2019 Issue of the University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology & Policy (JLTP), my article “Obstacles to Transatlantic Harmonization of Data Privacy Law in Context” … Continue reading

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