Artificial Intelligence (AI) is much in the news these days. As a concept, AI seems completely unrelated to the field of law. Although, AI and Law are intricately intertwined and are becoming more so each day.
In this lecture, Professor Harry Surden – a former software engineer and leader of the emerging interdisciplinary field of AI and Law – will explore: What is Artificial Intelligence? How is law affecting Artificial Intelligence? How is AI affecting law? What are the major issues involving AI, law, and society today and in the near future? Join us for this fascinating tour of two crucial topics that are influencing one another and shaping our everyday lives.
Named for Austin Scott, a member of the law school faculty for 20 years, this annual lecture features a member of the Colorado Law faculty selected by the dean who is engaged in a significant scholarly project. This year’s Scott Lecture is co-sponsored by Silicon Flatirons.
One general CLE credit pending for Colorado attorneys.
@ Wittemyer Courtroom
- Harry Surden
Professor of Law, University of Colorado Law School
@ Wolf Law Building, Boettcher Hall