AI & Justice in 2035

February 10, 2020 | By

The AI PULSE Projected hosted the “AI and Justice in 2035” Roundtable at UCLA on February 28, 2020. This event consisted of four panels and a dozen discussion papers that examined how AI will affect the provision of justice, broadly understood, by the year 2035.


Launch of the UCLA Institute for Technology, Law and Policy

The UCLA School of Law and the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering have launched the UCLA Institute for Technology, Law and Policy.


Artificial Intelligence in Strategic Context: an Introduction

Artificial intelligence (AI), particularly various methods of machine learning (ML), has achieved landmark advances over the past few years in applications as diverse as playing complex games, language processing, speech recognition and synthesis, image identification, and facial recognition. These breakthroughs have brought a surge of popular, journalistic, and policy attention to the field, including both excitement about anticipated advances and the benefits they promise, and concern about societal impacts and risks – potentially arising through whatever combination of accident, malicious or reckless use, or just social and political disruption from the scale and rapidity of change.