Law, Information, and Technology
Law, Information, and Technology is one of the four focal areas of research at the Faculty of Law.
The digital revolution invites cross-cutting and innovative research initiatives on the implications that emerging technologies have on the regulatory and societal landscapes.
The focal area Law, Information, and Technology investigates both the beneficial and the adverse disruptions of emerging technologies and information societies, and reconceptualises the multifaceted and multidimensional relationships and interactions between machines and humans.
Within the context of Law, Information, and Technology, the aim is to enhance the legal research pivotal, yet not limited, to:
- law and artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies
- civil and criminal liability
- contracting and insurance regimes
- intellectual property law
- constitutional & human rights law.
Publications of the Faculty of Law
Changing Causal Narratives and Risk Perceptions on Foreign Investment: the Riskification of Chinese Investments in the Nordic Region (2023)
East Asia(Refereed journal article or data article (A1))
Intersex interventions as human rights violations: The European Court of Human Rights sets out guiding principles in M v France (2023)
Modern Law Review(Refereed journal article or data article (A1))
Yliopistojen ahdinko johtamassa irtisanomisiin (2023)
Turun Sanomat(Popularised article or blog post (E1))
Uusi rikoslain säännös seksuaalisesta ahdistelusta ja työelämä (2023)
Edilex-lakikirjasto(Article in trade journal or blog post (D1))