Artificial IntelligenceUnlocked Online

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Unlocked is a multi-day, online executive academy consisting of lectures, panel discussions, and interactive sessions led by the industry’s foremost educators and leaders. The program is presented by Berkeley Law Executive Education and the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology.

Join us and earn a certificate of completion from UC Berkeley!

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From self-driving cars to virtual personal assistants, artificial intelligence (AI) is here and changing the way we live and work. AI Unlocked is designed to train business leaders, attorneys, and professionals working in government and non-profits in AI technology and its many business applications.

Participants will walk away with a foundational understanding of artificial intelligence and its near and long term applications, explore the myths and realities surrounding the technology, and delve into the legal, social and policy implications of AI. Instructors include industry leaders and faculty from across the University of California, Berkeley.


Program Structure

The interactive online program is designed to maximize opportunities for learning, discussion, and networking.

  • Each day is comprised of three sessions, which will begin at 8:30 AM and end around 12:30 PM Pacific Time.
  • Each session will consist of a 50 minute presentation followed by a 20-minute breakout discussion focused on the speaker or panel’s topic.
  • Breaks are scheduled throughout the morning.

Program Details

When & Where

Dates to be announced.

Who should apply

Business leaders, entrepreneurs, attorneys, and government and non-profit professionals who want to understand industry applications of artificial intelligence (AI), learn how to evaluate AI opportunities and leverage AI to build competitive advantage, and make sense of the societal, ethical and legal implications of artificial intelligence. No prior experience with, or knowledge of, AI is required!

Participants who complete the program will earn a certificate in AI from UC Berkeley.

Tuition

Tuition rates for 2021 will be announced when registration opens.

Tuition will cover virtual program admission and course materials. Government, nonprofit, and university employees may request a reduced rate.

If you are interested in financing this course, Sallie Mae provides competitive education loan programs for credit qualified borrowers.  For more information and to apply, visit the Sallie Mae website. If you decide to pursue such financing, please submit your application to Sallie Mae first and then contact us at executive@law.berkeley.edu. We will provide additional instructions on completing your registration.

MCLE

Number of credit hours to be announced.

Questions?

Please contact executive@law.berkeley.edu.

Accessibility

For disability accommodation requests and information, please contact Lily Yang at lily_yang@law.berkeley.edu. Please attempt to make your service request with as much advance notice as possible.

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What to Expect

The following schedule is subject to change.

Day 1: INTRODUCTION TO AI

The first day introduces the subject of Artificial Intelligence and explores the topic from a number of perspectives.

Modules include:

  • Introduction to AI
  • Mechanics of Machine Learning
  • Machine Learning Demo

Day 2: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE APPLICATIONS

The second day explores the vast and growing AI ecosystem, the technology’s disruptive capabilities, how to evaluate AI opportunities and how to leverage AI to build competitive advantage.

Modules include:

  • Applications of AI
  • Working AI Applications
  • Future of AI – A Friendly Debate

Day 3: AI STRATEGY / IMPLEMENTATION

Day three focuses on how organizations are implementing machine learning and artificial intelligence into their business or organization

Modules include:

  • AI Strategies / Implementation
  • Innovators in AI
  • Fireside Chat / Panel Discussion: AI Defenders and Disruptors

Day 4: AI AND THE LAW – PART 1

The final two days focus on AI as it relates to societal, ethical and legal issues.

Modules include:

  • What can go wrong?
  • Intellectual property
  • Ethics of AI in Military Use
  • Case Discussion: Project Maven

Day 5: AI AND THE LAW – PART 2

Modules include:

  • Professional ethics with AI
  • Privacy and data protection
  • Responsible use of AI

 

Featured Speakers During the October 2020 Program

Kay Firth-Butterfield

Kay Firth-Butterfield

Head of AI and Machine Learning and Member of the Executive Committee at World Economic Forum

Charina Chou

Charina Chou

Global Policy Lead for Emerging Technologies at Google

dempsey

Jim Dempsey

Executive Director
Berkeley Center for Law and Technology

Ken Goldberg

Professor
UC Berkeley
Industrial Engineering and Operations Research

hurst

Annette Hurst

Partner and Lead Director, Board of Directors
Orrick

Anthony Jules

Anthony Jules

Co-founder and COO at Robust.AI

Christopher Kirchhoff

Christopher Kirchhoff

Senior Director at Schmidt Futures

Danny Lange

Dr. Danny Lange

SVP of AI at Unity

lofred

Lofred Madzou

Project Lead
Artificial Intelligence at World Economic Forum

Deirdre K. Mulligan

Co-Director, Berkeley Center for Law and Technology
Professor, UC Berkeley School of Information

paszti

Laila Paszti

Attorney
AI/ML Engineer

silverman

Karen Silverman

CEO and Founder
The Cantellus Group

mstepka

Matthew Stepka

Managing Partner
Machina Ventures

tonsager

Lindsey Tonsager

Partner
Covington & Burling LLP

manuela velos

Manuela Veloso

Head, JPMorgan Chase AI Research
Professor at Carnegie Mellon University


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