Artificial Intelligence Resources

Artificial Intelligence Resources  

AI Courses

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Course – This short, 10-minute training provides the essential information to understand, develop and use AI ethically and responsibly. Professor Solove teaches the following on AI: definition and types; benefits; ethical development and usage; as well as how to prevent and mitigate the risks.

Technology and Data Ethics Course – This short, 6-minute training course discusses key ethical principles for the creation and use of technology and data. Learn ethical guidance for the creation of AI and other new technologies, as well as the collection and use of personal data.

AI Cartoons

Professor Solove offers a range of funny cartoons on AI, algorithms and big data that are perfect for presentations, corporate communications and team engagements. Explore the latest cartoons in the TeachPrivacy online store.

AI Writings

AI, Algorithms, and Awful Humans – In this short, fun essay, Daniel Solove and Hideyuki (“Yuki”) Matsumi (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) contend that various arguments about human versus machine decision-making fail to account for several important considerations regarding how humans and machines decide.

AI Webinars

The Brussels Effect and Digital Empires: Global Privacy and AI Regulation – A discussion with Anu Bradford about her new book, Digital Empires: The Global Battle to Regulate Technology (Oxford 2023).

Facial Recognition and the Dubious Side of AI – Professor Daniel Solove interviews New York Times reporter Kashmir Hill about her new book, Your Face Belongs to US: A Secretive Startup’s Quest to End Privacy as We Know It (Sept. 19, 2023).

The Quantified Worker: AI and Employment – Increasingly, AI is being used in hiring decisions and for other employment purposes. Workers are placed under extensive surveillance. This webinar discusses the issues raised by an important and eye-opening new book by Ifeoma Ajunwa, The Quantified Worker: Law and Technology in the Modern Workplace.

Is AI Policy a Privacy Issue? – In a provocative essay, Omer Tene wrote that privacy policymakers should be cautious in rushing in to address AI because “AI raises a wide variety of policy issues – most of which have little to do with privacy” and when “your only tool is a hammer, you treat everything as a nail.” In this webinar, we discuss and debate this issue with Omer.

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