Professor Chris Chambers Goodman Presents "A.I. System, Criminal Proceedings, Due Process, and Judicial Decision-Making" -- Gonzaga Law Human Rights Conference
Professor Christine Chambers Goodman presented "A.I. System, Criminal Proceedings, Due Process, and Judicial Decision-Making" at the Gonzaga University School of Law Human Rights Conference held at the British Institute of Florence, Italy. The international conference, titled "Artifical Intelligence, Government, Corporation and Human Rights," explored the impact of artificial intelligence on human rights, equality, justice and everyday human lives. The conference included a keynote address by artificial intellegence law expert Frank Pasquale, and panelists from France, Germany, Brazil, Croatia, South Africa, India, Algeria, and Cypress, as well as Italy and the United States.
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