On Thursday, May 3, 2018, 4:00pm to 6:00pm in Jerome Greene Annex, Software Freedom Law Center and Columbia Law School will present a public discussion on artificial intelligence and big data in government Policy. Professor Eben Moglen of Columbia Law School and President of the Software Freedom Law Center will moderate. Participating will be Daniel J. Weitzner, Principal Research Scientist at MIT CSAIL, and Director of MIT Internet Policy Research Initiative, formerly of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, and Paul Nemitz, Principal Adviser to the European Commission with special responsibility for AI and Big Data.
On April 13, SFLC and Columbia Law School will host a special one-day conference, “Software Governance and Automobiles: Building the Open Road”.
Over the next five years, the automobile industry and all developed societies will be fundamentally altered by a new union of information and automotive technologies. Software embedded in vehicles and roadways, along with traffic and movement data collected “in the cloud,” will alter the basic infrastructural details of economic and individual life.