Handbook of Research on Applying Emerging Technologies Across Multiple Disciplines

  • 14h 25m
  • Emiliano Marchisio
  • IGI Global
  • 2022

In recent decades, there has been a groundbreaking evolution in technology. Every year, technology not only advances, but it also spreads throughout industries. Many fields such as law, education, business, engineering, and more have adopted these advanced technologies into their toolset. These technologies have a vastly different effect ranging from these different industries.

The Handbook of Research on Applying Emerging Technologies Across Multiple Disciplines examines how technologies impact many different areas of knowledge. This book combines a solid theoretical approach with many practical applications of new technologies within many disciplines. Covering topics such as computer-supported collaborative learning, machine learning algorithms, and blockchain, this text is essential for technologists, IT specialists, programmers, computer scientists, engineers, managers, administrators, academicians, students, policymakers, and researchers.

About the Author

Emiliano Marchisio is an Associate Professor (admitted as Full Professor from 2018) of Commercial Law of the "Giustino Fortunato" University in Benevento (Italy). He graduated in Law magna cum laude ("La Sapienza", Rome, 1999) and has a Ph.D. in Public Law of Economics ("La Sapienza", Rome, 2005) and a LL.M. in International Business Law ("Queen Mary - University of London", London, 2001) among others, from 2013 Fellow of the Centre for Economic and International Studies (CEIS), "Tor Vergata" University of Rome. He is a member of several scientific associations and institutions and is a member of the Editorial Board of the Italian review "Giurisprudenza Commerciale" and of the European Competition Law Review. Over the year he was appointed professor by several public and private universities and institutions in Commercial Law, Competition and IP Law, Insolvency Law, Company Law, International Business Law. He is the author of three monographs and over seventy articles, chapters and other works.

In this Book

  • Preface
  • Innovation and Change Between Entrepreneurial Action and Institutional Framework
  • Concrete Benefits of Technological Innovation for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises
  • Digital Transformation in Public Services—A Review of Turkey During the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • I&CT in the Public Administrations—From E-Government to E-Democracy Through Digital Reporting
  • Business Transformation and Enterprise Architecture Projects—Natural Language Programming (NLP)
  • New Frontiers in Payment Services—The Payment Initiation Service in the Directive 2015/2366/EU
  • Are Bitcoins the New Payment Tools Suitable for Extinguishing a Pecuniary Obligation?
  • Smart Contract—Towards a New Contract Law?
  • Blockchain and Smart Contracts—New Perspectives on Copyright Protection in the Digital Single Market
  • Artificial Intelligence and Redress for Damages—Fault, Strict Liability, Mandatory Insurance, Legal Personality, or No-Fault Schemes?
  • Old Rules for New Tools—Traditional Liability Rules and Technological Development
  • Open Banking and Privacy—Users’ Personal Data and Payment Service Providers’ Liability
  • New Technologies and Privacy—Some Reflections on Subjects, Legal Categories, and Evolving Rights
  • Companies in the Digital Economy—Between the Enhancement of Intellectual Capital and Cybersecurity Problems
  • Legal Technology—The New Face of Legal Practice – Polish Perspective
  • The Digital Resurgence of Prisons
  • Ecclesiastical Laws and Digital Publishing—The New Frontiers of Promulgation in Canon Law
  • Technology and Innovation—Considerations on Digital Religious Celebrations During and After COVID-19
  • “Don’t Google It”—The Effects of Google’s Ads Dominance for Users and Competitors
  • Bullying and Cyber-Bullying—A Dialogue Between Psychology, Sociology, and Law to Understand and to Counteract Youth Violence
  • Science, Technocracy, and Artificial Intelligence—An Ethical-Juridical Reflection Prompted by the Current Pandemic
  • The Border—Between Hybridization and Separation
  • Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning and Psychology—An Option for the Future?
  • Universal Design for Learning to Support Integrated Digital Teaching
  • Triple Helix Model—A Device for Social Construction of Knowledge and Innovation
  • Importance of Virtual Reality (VR) Tools in the Processes of University Orientation for Technological Degrees—An Application to the Degree in Digital Business
  • Compilation of References