Artificial Intelligence, Technology, and the Law
Course Number: LAW 6930 Credits: 2
This course examines a broad range of legal and policy challenges posed by artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and other emergent technologies. This class explores issues raised by the intersection of algorithms and due process, free speech, bias and discrimination, predictive policing, civil liability for semi-autonomous vehicles and medical devices, the financial sector, privacy and surveillance, ethics, and national security to assess the implications for courts, agency oversight, lawyers, and society.
No prior scientific background is required; merely a willingness to learn.