Unmanned ships and the law
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CitationSÖZER, B. (2023). Unmanned Ships and the Law. Taylor & Francis.
This book considers the law relating to the legal aspects of unmanned ships. The author, a doyen of shipping and insurance law from Turkey, delves into the current international legal regime and examines the probable impact of unmanned ships on liability and carriage of goods in a wide-ranging manner. He examines both the legal aspects and technological peculiarities of unmanned ships, as well as contemplating terminological and linguistic questions, to find out whether they can be compatible with the current legal regime applicable to ships in general, while considering alternatives to enable their successful use in the near future. Unmanned Ships and the Law is therefore important not just for legal practitioners and academics in shipping and insurance but all those in related industries of shipbuilding, computer technology and communications.