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Event Date Tue Oct 12 EDT - Wed Oct 13 EDT (9 months ago)
Location Virtual
Region Americas
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Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming our world, and its legal implications are vast and challenging. Every client in every industry sector — including healthcare/public health, financial, transportation, energy/utilities, manufacturing, telecom, technology, real estate, government, defense/national security, and retail/consumer services — will be affected. The COVID-19 pandemic has only accelerated the use of AI and robotics, both to fight the virus and to automate processes dependent on human workers. Join us for this innovative National Institute designed to equip attendees with key technical concepts in AI as well as indispensable legal insights ranging from fundamentals to the finer points.

Why you should attend?
In its 3rd year, the ABA’s Annual National Institute on AI & Robotics will be presented this year in a virtual format designed to get you up to speed on the top AI and robotics issues. This fast-paced and stimulating National Institute will cover the AI and Robotics hot topics everyone needs to know.

Day 1
• AI and Robotics Policy in the Biden Administration
• Buzzworthy Technological and Regulatory Developments with Drones and Air Vehicles
• Facial Recognition, Surveillance, and Liability
• How to Deal with a Heap of AI Big Data Liability and Compliance Issues

Day 2
• Robots, AI Systems, and Information Security
• Effective and Proactive AI Compliance
• Ethical Issues and Legal Malpractice When Using AI in Law
• The Value-Alignment Control Problem of AI

Speakers

2021 Speakers

Alka Patel
Head of AI Ethics Policy, Department of Defense (DoD) Joint Artificial
Intelligence Center (JAIC)

Ruth Hill Bro
Privacy/Cybersecurity Attorney; Past Chair, ABA Science & Technology Law Section; Senior Advisor, ABA Cybersecurity Legal Task Force

R. Patrick Huston
Brigadier General, US Army; Assistant Judge Advocate General

Kristin J. Madigan
Partner, Crowell & Moring LLP; former Attorney, Division of Privacy & Identity Protection, Bureau of Consumer Protection, FTC; Vice Chair, Internet of Things, Committee, ABA SciTech Section

Matt Henshon
Partner, Henshon Klein LLP (Moderator)

Diana Cooper
Head of US Policy, Hyundai Air Mobility

Jonathan Rupprecht
Attorney, Rupprecht Law

Paige Scott Reed
Partner, Prince Lobel LLP

Cynthia Cwik
Strategic Advisor; former Fellow, Stanford Distinguished Careers Institute, Stanford University; former Partner

Jones Day
Co-Editor, The Internet of Things: Legal Issues, Policy, & Practical Strategies (ABA, 2019); Past Chair, ABA Science & Technology Law Section

Chris Hydak
Senior Corporate Counsel, Microsoft Corp.

Eric Y. Drogin
Faculty Member, Harvard Medical School; Immediate Past Chair, ABA Science & Technology Law Section

Hon. Paul Grimm
United States District Judge, United States District Court for the District of Maryland

Heather Deixler
Counsel, Latham & Watkins LLP; Chair, eHealth, Privacy & Security Interest Group, ABA Health Law Section

Steven W. Teppler
Member, Mandlebaum Salsburg P.C.; Co-Chair, Information Security Committee, ABA Science & Technology Law Section

David K. A. Mordecai
President, Risk Economics® Inc; Visiting Scholar, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University and RiskEcon® Lab for Decision Metrics; Co-Managing Member Numerati® Partners LLC; Vice-Chair, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Committee, ABA Science & Technology Law Section

Mehran Sahami
PhD, Professor & Associate Chair, Education at the CS Dept., Stanford University

Steven Millendorf
Senior Counsel, Foley & Lardner LLP; Co-Chair, Information Security Committee, ABA SciTech Section

Cesar Cerrudo
Chief Technology Officer, IOActive Labs

Eric A. Hibbard
Director, Product Planning — Storage Networking and Security, Samsung Semiconductor Inc.; Chair, INCITS TC CS1 Cyber Security; Chair, IEEE
Cybersecurity & Privacy Standards Committee; Co-Chair, Internet of Things Committee, ABA SciTech Section

Lucy L. Thomson
Founding Principal, Livingston PLLC; Co-Editor, The Internet of Things: Legal Issues, Policy, & Practical Strategies (ABA, 2019); Past Chair, ABA Science & Technology Law Section

Rafael Baca
US Patent Attorney & Software Developer, Adelante IP Law Group

Dr. Lisa Strohman
JD, PhD, Founder & Director, Digital Citizen Academy

Mehran Sahami
PhD, Professor & Associate Chair, Education at the CS Dept., Stanford University

Theodore Claypoole
Partner, Womble Bond Dickinson

Rafael Baca
US Patent Attorney & Software Developer, Adelante IP Law Group

Dr. Lisa Strohman
JD, PhD, Founder & Director, Digital Citizen Academy

Mehran Sahami
PhD, Professor & Associate Chair, Education at the CS Dept., Stanford University

Theodore Claypoole
Partner, Womble Bond Dickinson

Merri A. Baldwin
Co-Chair & Shareholder, Attorney Liability and Conduct Practice Group, Rogers Joseph O’Donnell (Moderator)

Vincent R. Johnson
South Texas Distinguished Professor of Law, St. Mary’s University School of Law

Memme Onwudiwe
Executive Vice President, Evisort Inc

Stephen Wu
Shareholder, Silicon Valley Law Group; Institute Chair; past Chair, ABA Science & Technology Law Section (Moderator)

Prof. Gary Marchant
Regents' Professor and Lincoln Professor of Emerging Technologies, Law & Ethics; Faculty Director, Center for Law, Science & Innovation, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, Arizona State University

Mark Nitzberg
Executive Director, Center for Human-Compatible AI, University of California at Berkeley

Ava Wright
Assistant Professor of Philosophy, California Polytechnic State University