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Amy Stein

Professor of Law; Associate Dean for Curriculum

Professor Amy Stein explored AI’s potential to assist in climate change efforts in her article Artificial Intelligence and Climate Change, published in the Yale Journal on Regulation in 2020. Professor Stein turns to the intersection of AI and tort law in her new article Assuming the Risks of Artificial Intelligence, recently published in the Boston University Law Review.

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Seth Endo

Assistant Professor of Law

Professor Seth Endo has long explored the growing use of artificial intelligence tools in civil discovery. His article Technological Opacity & Procedural Injustice was published by the Boston College Law Review in 2018. Professor Endo revisited these issues in The Uneven Impact of AI Discovery, which will appear in the forthcoming Cambridge Handbook of Artificial Intelligence & The Law. Professor Endo also examines the professional responsibility implications of lawyers’ nascent use of online behavioral advertising in his article Ad Tech & the Future of Legal Ethics, published in the Alabama Law Review in 2021.

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Elizabeth Rowe

Irving Cypen Professor of Law; Distinguished Teaching Scholar; Professor of Law; Director, Program in Intellectual Property Law

Professor Elizabeth Rowe has recently examined the regulation of facial recognition technology. In Regulating Facial Recognition Technology in the Private Sector, published in the Stanford Technology Law Review, Professor Rowe recommends that Congress borrow the existing framework of trade secrecy law to promulgate rules for facial recognition, including rules related to the storage, use, collection and sharing of facial information.

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Amy Stein

Professor of Law; Associate Dean for Curriculum

Professor Amy Stein explored AI’s potential to assist in climate change efforts in her article Artificial Intelligence and Climate Change, published in the Yale Journal on Regulation in 2020. Professor Stein turns to the intersection of AI and tort law in her new article Assuming the Risks of Artificial Intelligence, recently published in the Boston University Law Review.

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