Westminster Law School hosts public debate on the future regulation of artificial intelligence

The event was part of a series focusing on Artificial Intelligence, Ethics and the Law and was attended by more than 150 people. The debate You, Robot! What Does it Mean to Regulate Artificial Intelligence was held on 8 October 2015, as the result of a long running exchange on Twitter between Westminster Law School academics and experts in the field of robotics and artificial intelligence on a range of interconnected issues including ethics, agency and liability. Convened and chaired by Dr Paresh Kathrani and held in conjunction with the Centre for Law, Society and Popular Culture, the Centre on the Legal Profession, and the Westminster Law & Theory Lab, the debate brought together a strong and distinguished panel of speakers: Joanna Bryson from the University of Bath and Princeton’s…


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