EU competition law and artificial intelligence : reflection on antitrust and consumer protection issues
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The paper provides a brief overview of problems identified with use of artificial intelligence in the area of EU competition law. The paper extends the prevalent focus on pricing algorithms and price discrimination and shows how else artificial intelligence could be used to inhibit competition or harm a consumer. Potential possibilities related to agreements between undertakings, abuse of a dominant position and consumer protection including advertising and unfair commercial practices are described.
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