The Chinese University of Hong Kong presents Machine Lawyering: Digitally Reconceiving Contracting, Regulation and Property Jan. 16–18, 2020. Abstracts are due by Sept. 6, 2019.
Topics addressed will include:
• Emerging alternative finance
• Competition law in the big data industries
• AI supremacy in the global economy
• Automated surveillance for market regulation
• Legal policy on use of artificial intelligence
• Regulation of new payment systems (P2P, stored value, mobile payment, non-bank systems)
• Collection, processing and use of personal data
• Intellectual property in automated systems
• Data analytics in corporate finance
• Algorithms and profiling (from KYC to oppression)
Readers might be interested in CUHK’s Machine Lawyering blog.