UW to host first of four White House public workshops on artificial intelligence

News releases  |  Science  |  UW Today blog May 19, 2016 From self-driving vehicles to social robots, artificial intelligence is evolving at a rapid pace, creating vast opportunities as well as complex challenges. Recognizing that, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy is co-hosting four public workshops on artificial intelligence — the first of them May 24 at the University of Washington. Subsequent events will take place in Washington, D.C.; in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and in New York City. Put on by the UW School of Law and the UW Tech Policy Lab, the session will focus on legal and policy issues around artificial intelligence, or AI. Speakers include: Kellye Testy, law school dean and president of the Association of American Law Schools R. David Edelman, special assistant to…


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