On 21st of November, the International Business Law Master’s Program (IBL) at the University of Georgia will host an academic conference on “Artificial Intelligence: What are the Legal Implications”?
This IBL conference brings together prominent speakers, inspiring leaders to discuss, keep their views and share their ideologies about the “Artificial Intelligence: What are the legal implications?” This will be the first seminar on this cutting-edge topic in the greater Caucasus region, which is particularly helpful in advancing, transmitting and sustaining knowledge and understanding of “Artificial Intelligence”. This IBL conference provides an opportunity for the audience to enjoy the public presentations of professionals in the field, to engage in a healthy and fruitful discussion of international business issues, to raise their own awareness, and to meet people with same interest. Apart from this, IBL conference is a great place to have intelligent conversations and communication with colleagues.
Speakers: Paramjeet Singh – Thoughts on AI Levan Nanobashvili – IP Law: who will own the rights for IP created by the AI? Ana Diakonidze – The impact technology has on labour
Timothy Barrett – AI & the end of privacy Dustin Gilbreath – how machine learning is being thought about in the social sciences at the moment with a focus on thinking of uses of ML as a tool for prediction problems.
Prof. Dr. Jeffrey T. Renz - who is liable if AI goes awry
Working language: English. Attendance is free.
Time: 1pm - 4:30 pm
Place: The University of Georgia, IV building, address: 77a, Kostava str, conference hall #519