Issues of conflicting laws – a closer look at the EU’s approach to artificial intelligence

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Abstract

While newly emerging technologies, such as Artificial intelligence (AI), have a huge potential for improving our daily lives, they also possess the ability to cause harm. As part of its AI approach, the European Union has proposed several legislative acts aiming to accommodate and ensure the trustworthiness of AI. This article discusses the potential private international law impact of these legislative proposals. In doing so, it – inter alia – addresses how the newly proposed legislative acts interact with existing private international law instruments, such as the Rome II Regulation. In addition, it questions whether there is a need for specific rules on the private international law of AI.
Original languageEnglish
Article numberNIPR 2023-12
Pages (from-to)199-226
Number of pages28
JournalNederlands Internationaal Privaatrecht
Volume2023
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - Jul-2023

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