Jonas Schuett has published a paper titled “Defining the scope of AI regulations” in the journal of Law, Innovation & Technology.

According to Jonas, “The paper argues that the material scope of AI regulations should not rely on the term “artificial intelligence”, mainly because existing AI definitions don’t meet the requirements for legal definitions (e.g. they’re inherently over-inclusive and vague)”.

To read his paper, please click on this link.

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