In this course, you will learn :
- Recognize that the use of AI must be examined, evaluated, and addressed from a legal standpoint.
- Indicate the main legal concepts of liability for the actions and decisions taken by or through intelligent systems, as well as compensation for any resulting damage.
- Identify the practical implications of responsibility and compensation for AI-related damages, using case studies as examples.
- Recognize the distinction between copyright and patent in terms of AI system protection.
- Determine whether and which criminal law principles apply when an AI system commits an offence.
- Identify legislative gaps in the protection of autonomously created works by AI.
- Recognize the risks to fundamental rights and freedoms posed by unregulated AI applications.
- Identify the main conditions for data processing as well as the legal limits in place to protect privacy and human rights.
- Artificial Intelligence, Law and legal issues
- Artificial Intelligence and Liability
- Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property
- Artificial Intelligence and risks to fundamental rights