The St. John's Intellectual Property Law Center's Inaugural Conference will address the timely issue of how legal regimes can and should respond to rapid advances in machine intelligence. From cognitive computing to robotics, machine intelligence is poised to transform the way humans interact with each other and with the physical world. Our distinguished panelists will discuss some of these innovations and the ethical and legal questions they present.
Moderator: IPSC Director Jeremy Sheff
- Marcus A. Boone, Program Director, IBM Watson Strategy and Product Managment
- Anand Rao, Senior Counsel, Google
- Andrea Matwyshyn, Princeton Center for Information Technology Policy
- Brett Frischmann, Professor of Law and Director, Intellectual Property and Information Law Program, Cardozo Law School
- Bryant Walker Smith, Assistant Professor of Law, University of South Carolina
- Jason Schultz, Professor of Clinical Law, NYU Technology Law and Policy Clinic
Free and open to the public. NYS CLE credit available. Register here.