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Law and artificial intelligence series: first event, 8 October

Law 8 September 2015

Dr Paresh Kathrani has announced the first event in the Law and Artificial Intelligence Series to be held at Westminster Law School.

You, Robot! What does it mean to regulate Artificial Intelligence? takes place on 8 October 2015 and attendance is free, please register online. This is a joint venture across various research groups at Westminster Law School including the Centre on the Legal Profession, International Law at Westminster, and the Centre for Law, Society and Popular Culture.

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