From self-driving cars to virtual voice assistants, the use of artificial intelligence (AI) has greatly increased in recent years. AI is making us question the way we think about society itself – and poses crucial legal, regulatory, ethical, and human rights challenges for lawyers and citizens alike.
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On this introductory course, you’ll explore what artificial intelligence is, evaluating its rationale and objectives, and how it can be regulated by law. This includes discussing key topics such as compliance, privacy, governance, and the bias to be found in AI-powered systems.
About the Faculty
Mark Shope is an Assistant Professor of Law at the National Chiao Tung University School of Law in Hsinchu, Taiwan.
- Algorithmic bias
- AI and human rights
- Regulating artificial intelligence
- AI, the judiciary, and the practice of law
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This course on Artificial Intelligence for Legal Professionals is aimed at lawyers, legal educators, regulators, and anyone interested in legal and policy issues regarding the development and application of artificial intelligence.