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Legal Considerations of AI in Consumer Products


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 122 minutes
Recorded Date: January 29, 2018
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Agenda

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
  • Applications of AI and Machine Learning
  • Dumb vs. Intelligence Automation
  • The Autonomous Products
  • Interoperability, ethics & logistics
  • Black Box and Transparency
  • Liability models and case review
  • Panel and audience Q & A
Runtime: 2 hours
Recorded: January 29, 2018

Description

Unbeknown to many consumers, AI is being used to power a myriad of services and new product offerings. As more smart technology comes online – whether in the connected car, insurance claim evaluation and fraud detection, or automated credit applications and pricing – the legal and ethical considerations are starting to pile up. More than any other request, humans want to understand why something is happening to them, and AI is not currently built to explain. This ‘black box’ of AI begs the question of what will happen when its decisions are challenged.

This program was recorded on January 29th, 2018.

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Panelists

Larry W. Bridgesmith

Adjunct Professor of Law
Vanderbilt Law School

Larry Bridgesmith brings more than 30 years of experience in dispute resolution and innovative workplace strategies to clients, students and business entities. Professor Bridgesmith integrates the practical, legal and academic "best practices" into dispute resolution and legal innovation in service to his client relationships. He was the founding executive director of the Institute for Conflict Management at Lipscomb University. He is also president of Creative Collaborations and practices law in Nashville. In 2010, he co-founded ERM Legal Solutions which provides technology tools to assist lawyers in adopting legal project management methodologies in their practices. He was recognized by his peers as the Grayfred Grey Mediation Public Service award winner in 2012.

Cary Silverman

Partner
Shook Hardy & Bacon, LLP

Cary’s public policy work focuses on product liability, tort and consumer law, and civil justice reform. He regularly authors amicus briefs on behalf of national business, trade and other advocacy groups in cases before the U.S. Supreme Court and state high courts. Cary assists clients with a wide range of complex legislative and regulatory matters. He has testified before Congress and most state legislatures.

Cary has published over 30 articles in prominent law journals. His recent scholarship addresses "no-injury" lawsuits, federal preemption of tort claims, consumer litigation and punitive damage awards. He has also published extensively on such issues as jury service improvement and judicial selection. He closely studies and has written widely read reports on trends in civil litigation, lawsuit abuse and legal reform.

Cary advises business groups and trade associations on CPSC regulations and policy, and he has prepared comments on proposed regulations and testified before the Commission. Cary filed an amicus brief on behalf of manufacturers in the first legal challenge to the inclusion of inaccurate material on Saferproducts.gov, the CPSC’s online database of publicly-submitted reports of potential product hazards. He speaks with groups regarding trends in consumer product safety regulation.

Cary is an adjunct professor at George Washington University. He serves on the Advisory Board of the Administrative Law Review (American University) and George Washington University Undergraduate Law Review.

Cary is a recipient of the firm’s William G. Zimmerman Award in recognition of his sustained commitment to pro bono legal services. He has handled a wide range of pro bono matters and is an active member of the firm’s Pro Bono Committee.

Chase Perkins

Founder & CEO
Thoughtly & AERO Foundation

Attorney and Technologist, Focused on the Economic and Social Impact of Technology Policy, Founder of Thoughtly, a Machine Learning for Natural Language Processing Startup and was an early Bitcoin miner.

Chase has both a Juris Doctor from Loyola University Chicago School of Law and BBA in Finance from Southern Methodist University.

Zev Eigen, PhD, JD

Co-Founder & Chief Science Officer
Syndio Solutions

Zev has been at the forefront of cutting-edge applications in HR for more than a decade. As a former professor at Yale, NYU, and Northwestern, he combines his uniquely overlapping areas of expertise in labor and employment law with his deep experience in data science, predictive modeling, and economic sociological research.


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