Robotics Law and Policy
This course is a short course March 21-March 24 5:45-8:55 p.m. This interdisciplinary seminar explores the legal and policy aspects of near-term robotics and artificial intelligence. Relevant technologies include driverless cars, drones, surgical robots, personal robots, and expert systems. Readings draw from multiple disciplines, but focus particularly on legal or policy sources. Students are divided into teams with diverse training to produce a short paper. And there's food.
Short course from 3/21/16 through 3/24/16
|Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday||5:45 - 8:55 pm||TNH 2.124|
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