Date: 15 March 2022
Time: 17.30 - 19.00 (registration from 17.00)
Please note that this is an in person event
A.I. and the Limits of the Law
Should we regulate artificial intelligence? Can we?
From self-driving cars and high-speed trading to algorithmic decision-making, the way we live, work, and play is increasingly dependent on machine learning systems that operate with diminishing human intervention. These fast, autonomous, and opaque machines offer great benefits — and pose significant risks.
This panel discussion builds on last year's BIICL lecture on legal personality of AI and will consider larger questions of why, when, and how to regulate AI.
- Professor Dr. Eleonora Rosati, University of Stockholm and IpKat
- Dr Guan Tang, Queen Mary, University of London
- Jacob Turner, Fountain Court Chambers
Join in the conversation @BIICL #AI
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