The future of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is about more than technology. Countries are offering their own regulatory regimes in the hope of influencing the global development of AI. What do you need to know about these competing visions? And how will individuals and innovators be impacted by the winners and losers?
In this special webinar, Berkeley Law Assistant Dean Adam Sterling discusses the latest news and legal issues surrounding Elon Musk’s attempt to terminate his proposed acquisition of Twitter with Mike Isaac of the New York Times, Professor Ann Lipton of Tulane University School of Law, and Professor Adam Badawi of Berkeley Law.
Join former Delaware Chief Justice Leo Strine, faculty from Berkeley Law, SMU, Saint Louis University, UC Hastings, and Harvard in discussing Reconstructing the Corporation: Workplace Democracy and the Future of Corporate Governance, the new book from Grant Hayden and Matthew Bodie.
Liability considerations will have a tremendous impact on the development of AI products. Regulations and the unique enforcement schemes in individual countries could result in jurisdiction becoming garden spots for AI development and roll out. What should we be watching for in future regulation? And what business risks should we be anticipating?