Hin-Yan Liu granted a Research Stay by the Independent Research Fund
Artificial Intelligence and the Law in New Zealand.
This project connects the work currently undertaken in the Artificial Intelligence and Legal Disruption Research Group with the Artificial Intelligence and the Law project anchored at the Faculty of Law, University of Otago. While there has been intense hype surrounding AI, and legal scholars are increasingly grappling with the consequent regulatory and policy issues, this project delves deeper to confront indirect and second-order challenges. Working with Associate Professor Colin Gavaghan, who heads the Otago project, we turn our attention to the challenges posed by AI to employment and the economy and will produce work