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YEAR XVII    Volume 10     Issue 1       2024

AI International Regulation: A Comparative Study on EU, US, Canada, Japan, China, and Singapore Regulation Frameworks (2020 - 2024).  By Jessica Hopkins & Shi Lang.

Beyond AI: Breaking the Quantum Shift. Humbolt Research Report. Directed by Arnold Ford Jr.

Ethical and Legal Concerns on Generative AI design: A Prime. By Edward Kennedy & Daniel Andrade.

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The Privacy Dissident: Depicting Critical Differentials on AI's Upcoming Jurispruence (US, Canada, Australia). By Dagoberto Sampaio.