International Law and Artificial Intelligence

German Yearbook of International Law 2017 (vol. 60), Duncker & Humblot, Berlin, 2019, pp. 91-108

18 Pages Posted: 28 Oct 2017 Last revised: 25 Jan 2019

Date Written: October 27, 2017

Abstract

This article proposes five arguments about major aspects of artificial intelligence and their implications for international law. The aspects are: automation, personhood, weapons systems, control, and standardization.

Keywords: International Law, Artificial Intelligence, Personhood, Machine Learning, Law, Technology, Autonomous Weapons Systems, Corporate Law, Companies, Automation, Soft Law

Suggested Citation

Burri, Thomas, International Law and Artificial Intelligence (October 27, 2017). German Yearbook of International Law 2017 (vol. 60), Duncker & Humblot, Berlin, 2019, pp. 91-108. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3060191 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3060191

Thomas Burri (Contact Author)

University of St. Gallen ( email )

Varnbuelstr. 14
Saint Gallen, St. Gallen CH-9000
Switzerland

HOME PAGE: http://www.thomas-burri.com

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