Editor Maria Miguel Carvalho

Author(s) Ana Flávia Messa | Ana Isabel Sousa Magalhães Guerra | Carlos Eduardo Nicoletti Camilo | Cesar Analide | Diogo Morgado Rebelo | Letícia Marques Costa | Luís Manuel Pica | Man Teng Iong | Manuel David Masseno | Maria Irene Gomes | Maria Miguel Carvalho | Pedro Miguel Freitas | Sónia Moreira

Year 2020

ISSN 2184-707X

Availability for download.

https://hdl.handle.net/1822/79431

E-Tec publishes, in open access, its third yearbook, which is dedicated to the topic of “Artificial Intelligence and Robots”. This publication, based, in part, on the multidisciplinary research developed at E-Tec, aims to promote the debate on this topic of undeniable actuality as well as of economic, social and legal relevance, intensified by the health and socioeconomic crisis caused by COVID-19. Its approach includes, in addition to ethical aspects, several legal dimensions – including the problems and challenges that the use of artificial intelligence poses in terms of tax, criminal, company, labour, industrial property, copyright and sport law -, besides covering the relationship with another matter of enormous importance: data protection.

December 23rd, 2020

Editor Maria Miguel Carvalho

Author(s) Ana Flávia Messa | Ana Isabel Sousa Magalhães Guerra | Carlos Eduardo Nicoletti Camilo | Cesar Analide | Diogo Morgado Rebelo | Letícia Marques Costa | Luís Manuel Pica | Man Teng Iong | Manuel David Masseno | Maria Irene Gomes | Maria Miguel Carvalho | Pedro Miguel Freitas | Sónia Moreira

Year 2020

ISSN 2184-707X

Availability for download.

https://hdl.handle.net/1822/79431

E-Tec publishes, in open access, its third yearbook, which is dedicated to the topic of “Artificial Intelligence and Robots”. This publication, based, in part, on the multidisciplinary research developed at E-Tec, aims to promote the debate on this topic of undeniable actuality as well as of economic, social and legal relevance, intensified by the health and socioeconomic crisis caused by COVID-19. Its approach includes, in addition to ethical aspects, several legal dimensions – including the problems and challenges that the use of artificial intelligence poses in terms of tax, criminal, company, labour, industrial property, copyright and sport law -, besides covering the relationship with another matter of enormous importance: data protection.

December 23rd, 2020