Robert Blamires, Counsel in White & Case's Intellectual Property group will be presenting at the Privacy Law Forum on March 23, 2018.
Robert's presentation is titled, "Critical Engagement with Machine Learning and AI."
Demands for transparency, explainability, and interpretability of machine learning systems are proliferating. AI systems' capacity to respond, personalize, nudge, and manipulate individuals challenge traditional concepts of personal autonomy and fair information practices while also posing concerns about the potential impact on professional judgment in healthcare, law and other fields.
This panel will consider the promise of contestability to support sound collaboration between machine learning systems and humans and will discuss how information laws (such as trade secrecy) that seclude data from the public present challenges to the goal of explainability.
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