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The Future Society co-hosted a summit with NYU School of Law, H5, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, and Ernst & Young about the rise of AI in the civil and criminal justice systems.

NYU Law Summit on AI in a Democratic Society

November 30, 2018

Speakers included Judge Michael Baylson, Judge Katherine Forrest, Mike Philips( Microsoft Assistant General Counsel), Michael Fitzpatrick (GE Head of Regulatory Policy), Chris Storm (Uber Legal Director for Emerging Technologies), Cathy O’Neil (Author of Weapons of Mass Destruction), and Terrell McSweeny (Former FTC Commissioner), among many other legal and AI experts.

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