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Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are the way of the future. On February 28, join Joel Reidenberg and others at Fordham University as they discuss how AI and ML technologies intersect with regulatory compliance, and the use of AI/ML to protect against cyber attacks and assist in fraud detection.
In “Competing Engines of Growth: Innovation and Standardization,” MIT economist Daron Acemoglu and his coauthors examine what level of IP protection results in the greatest rate of economic growth. They look closely at the tradeoff between innovation and standardization.
James Grimmelmann takes a look at Judge Gorsuch’s opinions on copyright and Internet law cases. Read the highlights.
In this article in The Guardian, University of Washington law professor Ryan Calo shares his thoughts on the technical challenges facing the development of drones. “There’s a bunch of PhD theses that need to be completed before you can build a drone to autonomously police an area, find intruders, and use facial recognition to know who is meant to be there.”
Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Law in the Financial Services Sector
February 28, 2017, New York, NY
Artificial Intelligence: Think Again
March 01, 2017, Stanford, CA
Social Impact of Artificial Intelligence
March 09, 2017, Boulder, CO
Intellectual Property, Private Law, and the Supreme Court
March 10, 2017, Washington, DC
SIEPR Economic Summit 2017
March 10, 2017, Stanford, CA
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