LAW6896: Artificial Intelligence and the Law

2 Credits

This course surveys key legal issues that arise from the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI). We will examine issues that surround bias, ethics, privacy, intellectual property, cybersecurity, AI personhood, autonomous operation, and algorithmic explainability. We will also consider standards, current and emerging laws, and regulations and combine all of our learnings to assess whether they are effective, identify gaps, and assess potential modifications or alternatives.

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