AI: law, philosophy & geoinformatics

Opublikowano: December 7, 2016 Autor: wpAdmin


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Infrastructure for spatial information is gaining more and more attention, although researches on mapping with the help of artificial intelligence (AI) are still few and far between. It is clear that the rapid growth in the number and variety of data collection methods and technology supported by AI will soon gain attention, also in the legal sciences. With this in mind, the editors of this book, Dr. M. Jankowska and Dr. hab. M. Pawełczyk, affiliated with the Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Silesia in Katowice, established the cooperation of specialists from many world centres in order to determine the direction of development of the doctrine of intellectual property where it meets geinformation artificial intelligence sciences. To illustrate the practical dimension of the legal research, it begins with articles that dwell on technical aspects along with many examples of the use of AI. The book was published thanks to the involvement of scientists working on innovative solutions for new technologies, employees of the Technical University of Gdansk, Warsaw University of Technology, University of Warmia and Mazury, the Indian Institute of Technology in Roorkee, Technical University of Dortmund, University of Hannover, Goethe University, Frankfurt University Canberra, University of Lorraine, University Le Mans and the Arts et Métiers ParisTech. The study provides an overview of the principles of creating spatial databases along with a description of tools supported by AI and the legal implications related to it. The Editors hope that the joint interdisciplinary effort will contribute to a better understanding of the activities undertaken in the market and the sciences related to geoinformation (GI).
The idea behind our actions is the attempt to create a platform for the exchange of ideas and experiences from many representatives of universities, public administration and business. The books we make available to you aim to scale up the achievements of scientists from various fields of science. This is the third book published in the series Geo&IP, dedicated to various aspects of GI and intellectual property law.


… The book’s wide variety of subject matters makes it work best accessed piecemeal, based on the reader’s area of interest. As a practical lawyer and legal educator, I (predictably) found the sections containing discussions of law and legal ethics most interesting …
Dr. Dan Nabel, lawyer practicing in California and a lecturer at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law, Los Angeles …

This is undoubtedly one of very few Polish fully-fledged works entirely devoted to issues touching on artificial intelligence …
Dr. eng. Robert Wladyslaw Bauer, Director of the Institute of Geodesy and Cartography in Warsaw

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