Panel discusses artificial intelligence (AI) and the law

Posted On March 7, 2016
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The Melbourne Law School’s Science and Technology Law Association and the Victorian Society for Computers & the Law are co-hosting a seminar on “Do we need laws for AI?”

Wednesday, 16 March 2016, 6:30pm to 8:00pm

Join us in room G08 at Melbourne Law School for a panel discussion on the regulation of artificial intelligence systems. Panelists for this event are cyberlaw professor Andrew Christie (Melbourne Law School), data scientist Chris Hausler (Zendesk), technology law partner Michael Pattison (Allens), and philosophy and ethics professor Rob Sparrow (Monash School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies).

Topics up for discussion include self-driving cars, autonomous weapons systems, ethical decision-making frameworks and where the liability falls for the actions of AI systems.

Refreshments will be served at the conclusion of the seminar.

Seating for this free event is limited, so please register to attend at


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