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PHIL 485 Directed Reading
Same as PHIL 486-9.
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|Blocked||PHIL 485 001||Directed Studies||1|
Frege, "The Foundations of Arithmetic"
|Blocked||PHIL 485 002||Directed Studies||2||Tue Thu||17:00||18:30|
Student Directed Seminar: Topics explored within the Artificial Intelligence and Legal Systems course seek to examine the complicated intersection between emergent AI technology with future and existing legal principles. Matters including self-driving vehicle liability, algorithm-generated intellectual property, facial recognition software, and lethal autonomous weapons will be discussed, with an especial focus on the potential ambiguities and conflicts each new technology presents to the law. Though students will not be expected to have any prior knowledge of artificial intelligence or law, they will be frequently challenged to apply their learning within the course to address a variety of pertinent legal issues.