Hildebrandt publishes paper on ‘Global competition and the convergence of AI Law’

The aforementioned paper by COHUBICOL’s Mireille Hildebrandt was published as a chapter in the Elgar Encyclopedia of Comparative Law.

This paper is not so much a discussion paper as it is an overview of definitions, perspectives and approaches to AI legislation. In four different sections Hildebrandt elaborates on definitions of AI, the definitional conundrum within the AI research domain, different scopes on and approaches to dedicated AI legislation and the Brussels effect of the EU’s AI Act that may diffuse the EU approach across a variety of jurisdictions whose corporations wish to compete on the internal market of the EU.

A most interesting read!

You can find the article here and the preprint is available here.