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Frank Pasquale

Expert in the field of technology law and policy

Frank Pasquale is Professor of Law at Cornell Tech and Cornell Law School and a member of other institutions researching in the field of rights and technology, among them Yale University, the American Law Institute, and the Australian Research Council. He is also co-editor-in-chief of the Journal of Cross-Disciplinary Research in Computational Law. His widely recognised research in the field of law and artificial intelligence (AI) has contributed towards bringing knowledge and demands of social justice movements to AI legislation and policy. He has advised business and government leaders in the United Staes, the European Commission, Canada, and the United Kingdom. He currently serves on the U.S. National Artificial Intelligence Advisory Committee.

His publications include the book The black box society: The secret algorithms that control money and information (Harvard University Press, 2015) which has been recognized as a landmark study in information law. He is also co-editor of The Oxford handbook of ethics of AI (Oxford University Press, 2020) and author of Laws of robotics: Defending human expertise in the age of AI (Harvard University Press, 2020) in which he explores how law and policy influence the adoption of AI in several professional fields. This book, which has been published in Spanish as Las nuevas leyes de la robótica (Galaxia Gutenberg, 2024) was a finalist for the American Association of Publishers PROSE awards in the legal studies and criminology category.

Update: 18 December 2023


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Frank Pasquale and Xavier Nueno

A legal revolution