September 25, 2018 | 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Program Fee: Free for Members | $15 for Non-Members
Artificial Intelligence. Machine Learning. Deep Learning. Automated Decision Systems. Data Analytics. What does it all mean? How does it affect the public? Should it be regulated? The implementation of automated processes create unique challenges for law and policy. A panel of legal, governmental, and industry speakers will discuss issues concerning automated processes and its interaction with the public. The panel will aim to identify how governments and large industries are integrating automated processes, and to highlight the potential role of lawyers and public interest practitioners in ensuring the lawful, ethical, and conscientious implementation of data-driven processes as it continues to transform society.
Rashida Richardson, Esq, Director of Policy Research at the AI Now Institute
Zachary Hecht, Former Legislative Assistant at NYC Council and Policy Director at Tech: NYC
Dr. Julia Powles, Research Fellow at NYU's Information Law Institute and at Cornell Tech
Sponsoring Association Committee:
Science & Law Committee, Aileen Nielsen, Chair
If you're interested in this program, you may be interested in this City Bar resource:
The Use of Artificial Intelligence to Further Agenda Items Outlined in the State of the State