Burkhard Schafer

Professor of Computational Legal Theory, Edinburgh Law School

Burkhard is currently Director of the SCRIPT Centre in IT and IP law, and co-director and co-founder of the Bell Centre for Forensic Statistics and Legal Reasoning. HIs interest is the intersection of law and technology - both from the perspective of legal tech and legal KR, and from the perspective of regulation of technology in all of its aspects. He is member of the Data Ethics Group of the Turing Institute and of the AI4People expert committee at Atomium in Brussels. HIs current research interest is in particular the question of affective computing and computational creativity when allied to legal AI.

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Data Ethics, AI and Responsible Innovation (edX)

Oct 11th 2021
Data Ethics, AI and Responsible Innovation (edX)
Course Auditing
Our future is here and it relies on data. Predictive policing, medical robots, smart homes and cities, artificial intelligences - we can all think about how any of those could go wrong. Discover how we can build a future where they are done right.
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