Sonia Katyal in Courthouse News on AI

11 Jan, 2019

Sonia Katyal in Courthouse News on AI

In a recent article on Courthouse News titled "Most Experts Think AI Will Make the World a Better Place", Matthew Renda covers the “Our People-Centered Digital Future” conference in San Jose in December. Over 1000 people, consisting of United Nations officials and technology experts, attended.

The debate of AI and its benefits were discussed during the conference.

BCNM's Sonia Katyal, Professor at Berkeley Law, was quoted below on her take on AI.

“In 2030, the greatest set of questions will involve how perceptions of AI and their application will influence the trajectory of civil rights,” said Sonia Katyal, co-director of the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology. “Questions about privacy, speech, the right of assembly and technological construction of personhood will all reemerge in this new AI context, throwing into question our deepest-held beliefs about equality and opportunity for all.”

Read the entire artice here.