Class to explore use of artificial intelligence in labor market
On October 6, at 5 pm, Fundação Getulio Vargas’ Sao Paulo Law School is holding a free class on the use of artificial intelligence in the labor market, to be taught by professors Olívia de Quintana Figueiredo Pasqualeto and Guilherme Forma Klafke. The class will take place in the school’s auditorium at Rua Rocha, 233, 2nd basement, Bela Vista, São Paulo.
The class is part of the Open Classes Project, which was created to give university entrance exam candidates the opportunity to participate in an innovative and modern law class in which they take charge of their own learning process.
During the class, a former student will discuss his experience studying law at the FGV Sao Paulo Law School and describe his career path. There will also be a tour of the school’s Academic Center.
As well as being professors, Olívia Pasqualeto and Guilherme Klafke are members of the FGV Sao Paulo Law School’s Center for Education and Research in Innovation (CEPI), which carries out research about innovation in the legal system and in law education.
CEPI was created to study the impact of new law technologies. It researches teaching methodologies required to train professionals capable of tackling the professional demands of the 21st century and seeks to contribute to public debate on the use of technology in law.
The open class, called “Is my boss a robot? The use of artificial intelligence in the job market,” will explore a hot topic regarding the application of technology in law.
To take part, please sign up here.