Date + Time: Monday, July 15, 2019: 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Speakers: Tariq Ahmad, Law Library of Congress; Nicolas Boring, Law Library of Congress; Jenny Gesley, Law Library of Congress; Laney Zhang, Law Library of Congress
BoK Domains: Research + Analysis, Teaching + Training
The Law Library of Congress brings a global perspective to analyzing current and emerging legal issues. During the program, the panel will share insights from the Law Library’s comparative survey of legal and policy approaches to artificial intelligence (AI) around the world. The speakers, who are Law Library foreign law specialists covering various regions and legal systems, will discuss some of the regulatory trends, challenges, and governmental strategies related to AI. The panel will address several legal issues regarding AI from a comparative perspective, including but not limited to: civil and criminal liability, privacy and data protection, surveillance and national security, and transparency.
This program is sponsored by the FCIL-SIS.