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Zachary Cooper

Lecturer & Researcher Of Emergent Technologies & the Law

Brief info

Zachary Cooper is a legal scholar, researcher and lecturer. His current research program focuses on the ways in which emergent technologies are able to, sometimes subtly, subvert and confound foundational legal tenets, and how incoherence is exploited to emancipate private actors from the control of the state.

He is currently the Course Writer / Coordinator at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam for the "Robot Law & Artificial Intelligence" program, and teaches the "Blockchain and Other Disruptive Business-tech Challenges to the Law", "Multinationals and the Platform Economy", "Data Analytics and Privacy" and "The Law and Ethics of Robots and Artificial Intelligence" courses to both Law and Computer Science students.

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