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AI, Robotics, and Championship Prospects to Harness the Power behind Algorithms

UPenn's Asian Law Review 2020 Symposium


Date: February 28, 2020

Location: Levy Conference Center, University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School

Michael Graif will be speaking on two panels at UPenn's Asian Law Review 2020 Symposium.  The first panel, "An Overview of AI, Robotics, and the Law," will cover issues such as data privacy, attribution of liability and algorithmic biases that have become popular topics as more corporations and government entities are applying machine learning technology into the real-world setting.  The second panel, "Legal, Social, and Ethical Issues in Human-AI Interactions," will focus on the daily use of AI in a more intimate setting, how it raises legal, social, and ethical questions and policy implications. 


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Michael R. Graif


Michael R. Graif is an intellectual property lawyer who advises on trademark and copyright enforcement, technology and licensing transactions, and patent and trademark portfolio management as well as IP issues arising in business deals. Michael has been interviewed on television and quoted in national media on file-sharing and copyright issues.