Mobile Health: mobile health applications - programmed health - the opportunities and the risks
A methodology for the development of a system of legal experts
Liability issues when using artificial intelligence. Ethical and civil law questions as well as duty of care requirements in the development and placing on the market of AI technologies.
Who should have access to the data collected and stored in motor vehicles? A treatment from criminal and civil law perspectives.
The possibilities and limits of data ownership
Dilemma situations: choosing who should live and who should die in unavoidable accident situations. An analysis of criminal and civil liability of manufacturers for deaths caused by their automated vehicle systems
Criminal law regulation of the dissemination of fake news
Artificial intelligence in the field of criminal law
An international comparison of liability issues in respect of artificial intelligence
Old and new challenges in connection with the criminal law concept of “danger”.
Criminal and civil liability problems in telemedicine
Artificial intelligence and its impact on the legal order with a special focus on intellectual property issues
Data protection issues arising through the use of learning systems
Criminal law aspects of communication with software agents
Stem cell research and criminal law - an assessment of the use of criminal law in biotechnology
Criminal and civil liability of physicians when performing robot-assisted surgery
Emergency algorithms – [life and death] dilemmas in automated road transport
Robots and legal responsibility. An investigation of the liability of users and manufacturers
Technology vs. law - Legal challenges in connection with "Industry 4.0" using the examples of data security and data protection
Military and civilian aerial robots. Selected criminal law problems in the use of combat and surveillance drones.
Automated driving, dashcams and storage of data usable as evidence: legal problems of data collection and data access de lege lata
Autonomous systems in hospitals: the data protection framework and criminal law limits