Artificial Intelligence Robotics CLE
Artificial Intelligence and Robotics: Legal Challenges and Opportunities



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Course Description

This program was recorded on April 27, 2020

When talking about artificial intelligence, venture capitalist Kai-Fu Lee said, “I believe it’s going to change the world more than anything in the history of mankind. More than electricity.” Artificial intelligence, robotics, drones, and autonomous driving will change the world—both for good and for bad. As a result, these technologies will generate a huge number of legal issues. Since AI will touch all sectors of the economy and all practice areas, all lawyers will play a role in making sure these technologies are sold and operated in a compliant, safe, and ethical manner.

Attorney Stephen WuStephen Wu
Stephen S. Wu is a shareholder with Silicon Valley Law Group in San Jose, California. He advises clients on transactions, compliance, liability, security, and privacy matters regarding the latest technologies in areas such as artificial intelligence, robotics, automated transportation, the Internet of Things, and Big Data. He helps clients with domestic and international privacy and security matters in negotiating agreements, incident response, breach notification, litigation, and managing privacy and security policies and programs, certifications, and audits. He counsels clients concerning cyber-risk insurance policies and coverage and risk management strategies. In addition, he advises clients on secure electronic commerce using digital signatures, other secure electronic signatures, electronic credentials such as digital certificates, encryption, and public key infrastructure.

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  1. What are artificial intelligence and robotics, and examples of these advanced technologies
  2. COVID-19 (Coronavirus): How AI and robotics can help, and what compliance issues arise from their use?
  3. Examples of compliance requirements in AI and robotics-specific laws
  4. Striking deals: buying and selling AI and robotics products and services
  5. Liability and risk management for AI and robotics sellers and buyers
  6. Governance: privacy, security, and AI/robotics policies and procedures