Columbia Law Review 2019 Symposium: "Common Law for the Age of AI"

Friday, April 5th, 2019 @ (All day)
JG 101 and 102b
Apr 05
Friday, April 5th, 2019 @ (All day)
JG 101 and 102b

Courts are becoming pioneers in regulating artificial intelligence (AI). They are the first-movers in holding accountable the creators and the users of AI as it pervades everyday life. Due to a deficit of legislation and regulation in the United States, the courts must lead the way in confronting the controversies-and the major players-emerging from the accelerating use of AI by both private and public actors. Moreover, even after legislation and regulation take hold, the complementary work of the courts will continue to be indispensable. This symposium addresses the most pressing practical challenge courts will face: adapting the core concepts of the common law to the novel forms of individual and corporate behavior arising in this age of AI.

Contact Info: 
Jeff Stein, [email protected]