NIPS 2016 - Machine Learning and the Law Symposium

Advances in AI mean that predictions and algorithms are already used in a wide variety of situations under regulatory or legal control. This includes such diverse areas as i.e. driving autonomous cars and predicting the likelihood of reoffending once released from prison. At this symposium, sponsored by LCFI, CSER and Clifford Chance, key themes such as privacy, liability, and regulation of data will be explored to inform the community of current and ongoing legislation as well as to help form better policies going forward.

Speakers include:

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(The Thirtieth Annual Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems or the more commonly known abbreviation NIPS is a multi-track machine learning and computational neuroscience conference.)

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