Law and Technology Immersion: webinar to discuss artificial intelligence’s challenges for law
The Professional Master’s Program at Fundação Getulio Vargas’ Sao Paulo Law School will hold a free immersion week in law and technology, involving experts in the areas of algorithm discrimination and governance, artificial intelligence regulation, face recognition, disinformation on social networks and policies for removing content. The first event, on Tuesday, November 3, from 5 pm to 6 pm, will look at challenges posed by artificial intelligence.
The talk in this first webinar will be given by Caitlin Mulholland, a professor who lectures for undergraduate and graduate law courses at Rio de Janeiro Catholic University. She has a doctorate in law from Rio de Janeiro State University and she is the author of several books and many articles in journals. She is also the coordinator of Rio de Janeiro Catholic University’s Legalite Center. The moderator will be Marina Feferbaum, who has a doctorate in law from Sao Paulo Catholic University. She is a registered Kaospilot learning designer and the coordinator of the Education Methodology Area at the Center for Education and Research in Innovation (CEPI). She is also the coordinator of the Professional Master’s in Law and Technology at FGV’s Sao Paulo Law School. There will also be a second moderator, Ana Frazão, a lawyer and professor of law at the University of Brasilia. She was a board member of the Brazilian Antitrust Regulatory Agency (CADE) from 2012 to 2015. She has a doctorate in commercial law from Sao Paulo Catholic University and she is the leader of the University of Brasilia’s Constitution, Companies and Markets Research Group (GECEM).
The series of immersion events on law and technology is led by professors Marina Feferbaum and Alexandre Pacheco, who are also the coordinators of the Law and Technology Area of the Professional Master’s Program and of CEPI at the Sao Paulo Law School.
Those interested in participating should sign up here.