Artificial Intelligence has taken the technological landscape by storm. Naturally, its emergence raises several epistemic questions such as how this technology should be regulated or how it will impact our careers.
At a philosophical end, it raises questions about accountability, and independent rights and responsibilities of the technology itself. While there are no definite answers to these questions, discussions around them are essential to help us prepare for the future.
As legal systems around the world grapple with the novelties and intricacies of AI law, Lawctopus Courses brings to you this webinar, organized by the RGNUL Student Research Review (RSRR) in collaboration with Mishi Choudhary & Associates.
About the webinar
- Topic: Law and Artificial Intelligence- A Primer
- Date and time: 25th June (Thursday) from 6-7 PM.
Who should attend?
Students, Lawyers, Engineers, Academicians and others interested in laws and policies related to Artificial Intelligence.
What will be covered?
The webinar intends to provide a brief overview of AI’s discourse covering certain important milestones in AI and how it will affect the practice of law. Specifically, the speakers would cover questions like, agreements by computer programs, AI & agency, criminal liability of AI systems.
At the same time, the webinar timings are inclusive of 15 minutes of Q & A session during which speakers will also entertain the relevant questions on “career in tech-policy”.
- Kabir Darshan Singh Choudhary, a technology attorney based in New York. Kabir completed his B.A. LL.B. from JGLS, Sonepat, and his LLM in Science and Technology from Stanford Law School.
- Apurva Singh, Associate at Mishi Choudhary & Associates and Volunteer Counsel at Software Freedom Law Centre. She has completed her B.A. L.L.B. from Dr Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow and has also been a LAMP Fellow.
Logistics: Zoom [Participation link and details will be mailed]
Participation: Participants will be on mute. They can ask questions via the Q and A box. Further, we encourage you to submit your questions in the registration form itself as that will help us curate the webinar better.
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