Need to know the legal issues for AI in Hong Kong?
The new Mondaq “Hong Kong: Artificial Intelligence Comparative Guide” is out.
Written by Haldanes Partner Weiken Yau (with valuable contribution by trainees Stefanie Soon and Paulus Choy), it’s a must-read for anyone involved in the sector.
Laid out in an easy-to-read Q&A format, the guide gives expert advice on everything you need to know about legislative and regulatory issues concerning AI in Hong Kong.
From robots going rogue, faulty design, and the overall AI market, to who is responsible for enforcing regulations and almost everything in between, the guide provides clear answers to the most important questions being asked today by anyone involved in the sector.
Author, Weiken Yau, handles a wide range of commercial matters and regularly issues legal opinions on Hong Kong corporate and regulatory issues.
With deep, sector-specific experience in the media and entertainment and fashion industries, Weiken regularly advises on film, television and music issues, as well as regulatory issues concerning Internet streaming, broadcast and OTT services.
(The article is intended to provide a general guide to the subject matter. Specialist advice should be sought about your specific circumstances.)