© Wolf G Kroner 2018 - Herbert Zech, Universität Basel Regulatory Challenges of Big Data Operations
- Algorithms, Healthcare, or Autonomous Driving

January 2019. Herbert Zech is Professor of Life Sciences as well as IP Laws with cross-cutting expertise in competition, technology, and civil laws at Universität Basel. He specialises on AI and uses of big data. He invites readers to a tour d'horizon of juridical key concepts which currently fuel international debates beyond privacy issues: business uses of data, database protection, ownership in personal/non-personal data, disclosure of algorithms, etc. Where are the niches for freedom to operate, or how to create robust win-win exchanges.

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