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IT HAS TO BE WRITTEN IN UK ENGLISH! Topic: Originally I wanted to examine the ro
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IT HAS TO BE WRITTEN IN UK ENGLISH! Topic: Originally I wanted to examine the ro
IT HAS TO BE WRITTEN IN UK ENGLISH! Topic: Originally I wanted to examine the role of cybersecurity laws in regulating AI by examining the Network and Information Security Directive of the EU because with the increasing use of smart cities, digital twins, AI powered critical infrastructure etc. I believed that the necessary compliance with cybersecurity laws in these areas could also determine how AI is used securely and responsibly. However, with the new cybersecurity act in the EU and the AI Act in the EU, I am also interested about the intersection of AI and AI laws with cybersecurity and cybersecurity laws in general. Therefore, I am okay with any dissertation topic that would examine this, however, as it stands, it seems too general of a topic to examine and I am looking for someone to narrow the thesis subject down much further for an in-depth up-to-date high quality legal analysis. Specific requests · The standard aimed for is publishable in a good law journal · Please use OSCOLA citation (in the footnotes) and take it into account in in the word count · Please include an abstract and take it into account in in the word count · Please use titles where necessary and take it into account in in the word count · Please add a table of contents and take it into account in in the word count · It is completely fine if the word count goes up to 10,099 words, please do not spend time trying to trim the word count if the dissertation is fully complete and anywhere between 8500 to 10,099 words - not spending time trying to cut down on words saves everyone time · I am looking for a writer with specialist knowledge in information technology law/ legal aspects of technology. Preferably, with a PHD or at least an LLM in law (UK or EU) in these fields and access to top academic and legal journals, most which require paid subscription · Please use at least 15 sources, most being primary legal sources (laws, law articles, legal cases) and secondary (law journals, reputable law blogs) and other sources (websites, conferences – could be academic or policy conferences available on YouTube), including reputable academic journals, particularly law journals

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