Aplicabilidad de la inteligencia artificial y la tecnología blockchain en el derecho contractual privado

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Juan Jorge Almonacid Sierra
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2874-1017 Yeison Coronel Ávila
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9595-4816

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Este artículo considera aspectos esenciales acerca de la aplicabilidad de la inteligencia artificial y la tecnología blockchain en los contratos contemporáneos, a partir de las posibilidades del sistema jurídico para recibir estos desarrollos informáticos, y de la definición de sus principales problemas, evidenciando a la vez su implementación práctica y perspectivas.

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