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Books

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Journal Articles

  1. Duong, Wendy. "Effect of Artificial Intelligence on the Pattern of Foreign Direct Investment in the Third World: A Possible Reversal of Trend." Denver Journal of International Law and Policy 36 (2008): 325-34. Print.
  2. Duong, Wendy N. "Ghetto’ing Workers with Hi-Tech: Exploring Regulatory Solutions for the Effect of Artificial Intelligence on “Third World” Foreign Direct Investment." Temple International and Comparative Law Journal 22 (2008): 63-140. Print.
  3. Ewell, C.R. "Telemedicine: Overcoming Obstacles on the Road to Global Health Care." Currents: International Trade Law Journal 12 (2003): 68-76. Print.
  4. Frank, Sharon. "Does Telesurgery Fit in with the Traditional Dutch Legal Framework?" Medicine and Law 19 (2000): 15-30. Print.
  5. Gary E. Marchant, et al. "International Governance of Autonomous Military Robots." Columbia Science and Technology Review 12 (2011): 272-315. Print.
  6. Kirsch, Michael S. "The Role of Physical Presence in the Taxation of Cross-Border Personal Services." Boston College Law Review 51 (2010): 993-1080. Print.
  7. McLean, Thomas R. "The Future of Telemedicine & Its Faustian Reliance on Regulatory Trade Barriers for Protection." Health Matrix: Journal of Law-Medicine 16 (2006): 443-509. Print.
  8. McLean, Thomas R. "International Law, Telemedicine & Health Insurance: China as a Case Study." American Journal of Law & Medicine 32 (2006): 7-51. Print.
  9. White, Stephen E. "Brave New World: Neurowarfare and the Limits of International Humanitarian Law." Cornell International Law Journal 41 (2008): 177-210. Print.

Conference Proceedings

  1. Sanfeliu, Alberto, et al. "Analysis of the Legal Challenges Required for the Deployment of Network Robot Systems in European Urban Areas." ICRA Workshop on Network Robot Systems. IEEE Computer Society, 2009. Print.

Web Sources

  1. Madison, Mike. "Call for Papers: New Technologies, Old Law: Applying International Humanitarian Law in a New Technological Age." IP and IT Conferences. Web. 14 Feb. 2012. <http://madisonian.net/conferences/2011/03/30/international-humanitarian-law-and-new-technologies/ >.

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