Author: Grace Chan

  • Showcasing HKU AI Lawyer: Sentencing Predictor for Drug Trafficking at 2021 World Artificial Intelligence Conference – Hong Kong Forum

    12/07/2021

    The Centre was invited by Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation to set up a booth to showcase “HKU AI Lawyer: Sentencing Predictor for Drug Trafficking” at the 2021 World Artificial Intelligence Conference – Hong Kong Forum.

  • We, the Robots? Regulating Artificial Intelligence and the Limits of the Law

    09/07/2021

    This seminar will be held via Zoom online on Tuesday, September 28, 2021 from 1pm – 2pm.

  • Doxing and the Challenge to Legal Regulation: When Personal Data Becomes a Weapon

    07/07/2021

    Prof. Anne Cheung’s book chapter in Bailey, Flynn & Henry (eds), Handbook on Technology-Facilitated Violence and Abuse: International Perspectives and Experiences, Emerald Publishing Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 577-594.

  • Media Coverage of the Sentencing Predictor for Drug Trafficking

    02/07/2021

    Links to the media reports and interviews are included.

  • Accountability in Algorithm-assisted Sanctions: Public Law Scrutiny of China’s Social Credit System

    24/06/2021

    Research project funded by General Research Fund (GRF), PI: Clement Chen.

  • The Complexities of IP and NFTs

    23/06/2021

    Yu, Ronald, “The Complexities of IP and NFTs“, In-House Community Magazine, Vol. 1, Issue 2, June 2021.

  • Integrating Domain Knowledge in AI-Assisted Criminal Sentencing of Drug Trafficking Cases

    09/06/2021

    Wu, Tien-Hsuan, Kao, Ben, Cheung, Anne S.Y., Cheung, Michael M.K., Chen, Wang, Chen, Yongxi, Yuan, Guowen & Cheng, Reynold, “Integrating Domain Knowledge in AI-Assisted Criminal Sentencing of Drug Trafficking Cases”, Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications, 2020, vol. 334, p. 174 – 183.

  • HKU Law and Technology Centre launches HKU AI Lawyer: Sentencing Predictor for Drug Trafficking

    21/05/2021

    HKU’s research team led by Prof. Ben Kao and Prof. Anne Cheung introduced HKU AI Lawyer – an AI-assisted sentencing predictor for the offence of trafficking in dangerous drugs in Hong Kong.

  • New Changes, New Possibilities: China’s Latest Patent Law Amendments

    20/05/2021

    Yu, Ronald & Yip, Kenneth, “New Changes, New Possibilities: China’s Latest Patent Law Amendments“, GRUR International, Volume 70, Issue 5, May 2021, Pages 486–489.

  • Bridging the Digital Chasm through the Fundamental Right to Technology

    14/05/2021

    Sun, Haochen, Bridging the Digital Chasm through the Fundamental Right to Technology (May 14, 2021). 28 Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law & Policy 75 (2020).

  • HKU AI Lawyer: Sentencing Predictor for Drug Trafficking 港大人工智能律師:販毒罪量刑估算程式

    05/05/2021

    This workshop will be held via Zoom on Tuesday, May 18 to introduce and demonstrate the use of the AI-assisted sentencing predictor for the offence of trafficking in dangerous drugs in Hong Kong.

  • A Caveat for AI Developers

    28/04/2021

    Yu, Ronald, “A Caveat for AI Developers”, In-House Community Magazine, Vol. 1, Issue 1, April 2021.

  • New Book co-edited by Haochen Sun: The Cambridge Handbook of Copyright Limitations and Exceptions

    27/04/2021

    Balganesh, S., Wee Loon, N., & Sun, H. (Eds.). The Cambridge Handbook of Copyright Limitations and Exceptions (Cambridge Law Handbooks). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, January 2021.

  • An AI Policy for the (near) Future

    Mercurio, Bryan & Yu, Ronald, “An AI Policy for the (near) Future” in Ingo Borchert & L Alan Winters (Eds.) Addressing Impediments to Digital Trade, 27 April 2021.

  • Prof. Anne Cheung Interviewed in CHOICE Magazine

    22/03/2021

    Professor Anne Cheung was interviewed by the Consumer Council in CHOICE Magazine concerning contract law implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Click here to read the full interview (in Chinese).

  • First Annual Conference of a Platform Governance Research Network

    19/03/2021

    The conference will be held online from 24-26 March, 2021. This will be a 3-day, multi-part conference on platform governance. Please register via the conference link.

  • PPChecker: Towards Accessing the Trustworthiness of Android Apps’ Privacy Policies

    24/02/2021

    Authored by Henry Chang et al., IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, Vol. 47, No. 2, published in February 2021.

  • Prof. Anne Cheung Presented at the Data Privacy Day 2021

    19/02/2021

    Prof. Cheung discussed the regulatory and compliance challenges facing Hong Kong which arise from different data protection standards imposed by the EU General Data Protection Regulation and China’s emerging data protection regime.

  • Call for Papers, Platform Governance Research Network, First Annual Conference

    16/02/2021

    The First Annual Conference of a Platform Governance Research Network will take place on 24-26 March 2021.

  • Promoting Creative and Ethical Use of Copyright Works in Education

    25/11/2020

    KE Impact Project Grant (2019 – 2020)