Litigating Artificial Intelligence
, Gerald Chan
, Jill R. Presser
Litigating Artificial Intelligence is the first resource of its kind in Canada to comprehensively review the diverse ways AI can interact with the litigation process, both in the courtroom and in legal practice. Presenting a realistic, even-handed treatment of the latest developments in AI and law, the General Editor team and expert contributors address four primary ways litigators can expect AI to influence their work: 1) challenging AI-informed decision-making 2) navigating evidence law questions arising from AI 3) bringing or defending lawsuits involving AI-based products and 4) using AI tools to enhance aspects of legal practice.
Litigating Artificial Intelligence is an ideal resource for a litigators (civil, criminal, corporate, commercial, immigration, and administrative) and essential reading for law enforcement professionals, academics, judges, journalists, policy-makers, law students, forensic scientists, and computer engineers.
This book is revised on an 18- to 24-month cycle to account for rapid developments in this field. The subscription option offers free auto-shipping and grants access to the latest edition at a significantly reduced cost.