Vol 12 No 1 (2023): Proceedings of Data in Education, Culture, and Interdisciplinary Studies
Data Articles in Law Science

Exploring the Nexus: Cyberlaw and Artificial Intelligence Research Trends
Menjelajahi Nexus: Tren Penelitian Cyberlaw dan Kecerdasan Buatan

Dela Cornelia Helen Indriavita
Universitas Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo, Indonesia
Sri Budi Purwaningsih
Universitas Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo, Indonesia
Rizqi Hasan
Universitas Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo, Indonesia
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Published October 13, 2023
  • Cyberlaw,
  • Artificial Intelligence,
  • Journal Articles,
  • Research Trends,
  • Scholarly Publications
How to Cite
Indriavita, D. C. H., Purwaningsih, S. B., & Hasan, R. (2023). Exploring the Nexus: Cyberlaw and Artificial Intelligence Research Trends. Proceedings of The ICECRS, 12(1). https://doi.org/10.21070/icecrs.v12i2.1535


This dataset, "Cyberlaw OR Cyber Law AND Artificial Intelligence: A Comprehensive Study," meticulously analyzes 2,345 journal articles from Lens.org, examining the intersection of Cyberlaw and Artificial Intelligence. Employing systematic methodologies, the study highlights trends: University of Liverpool leads, Computer Science dominates, with prolific authors like Giovanni Sartor. Global impact is evident with the UK as an active contributor. Top publishers, including Springer Nature, contribute significantly. This resource offers nuanced insights into this complex legal-tech interaction, benefiting researchers, students, and journalists for informed decision-making and future studies in Cyberlaw and AI.

Highlights :

  • Detailed analysis of Cyberlaw and Artificial Intelligence intersections from Lens.org.
  • Dominance of Computer Science and notable contributors like Giovanni Sartor.
  • Global impact and insights aiding informed decisions in this critical legal-tech domain.

Keywords: Cyberlaw, Artificial Intelligence, Journal Articles, Research Trends, Scholarly Publications


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