The 4th Annual Conference on Robotics, Law & Policy will be held on April 10-11, 2015 at the University of Washington School of Law in Seattle, WA.
The conference will explore gray areas in robotics law, policy and ethics and how emerging technologies are disrupting existing regimes. The conference will feature presentations from leading academic researchers, discussions with industry experts and robotics demonstrations from UW research laboratories. Tony Dyson — the man who built R2-D2 for “Star Wars,” oversaw special effects for “The Empire Strikes Back” and builds robots for the world’s largest electronics companies — will deliver Friday’s 7 p.m. keynote lecture. The free conference is open to the public, but advance registration is required.
A complete schedule of events is available here and presentation details are here.