Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Law Summit
|Date||Wednesday 20 October 2021|
|Time||2pm - 5pm|
A consideration of the potential for artificial intelligence has many legal dimensions not only for the practice of law but also across operating models, strategy and policy. Artificial Intelligence has the potential to transform how we work, live and play, how we interact with the physical and digital worlds and how we make political, social, health and judicial decisions. Law has a role to play in both the facilitation and regulation of this transformation.
To mark the association between the Te Ipu o te Mahara - Artificial Intelligence Institute and the Future Law Research Group at Te Piringa - School of Law we are holding an afternoon event to highlight the importance of law in AI research.
AI research is by its very nature interdisciplinary, we therefore, will have presentations from legal and AI scholars, data practitioners and business leaders highlighting current and potential research interests to facilitate networking and possible collaboration on future projects.
The AI and Future Law Summit will be a hybrid event and can be attended either virtually or in person. This event is part of the celebrations of 30 years of the Te Piringa – Faculty of Law at the University of Waikato.