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AI, Algorithms, and Awful Humans – Final Published Version

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I am pleased to share the final published version of my short essay with Yuki Matsumi. It was written for a symposium in Fordham Law Review. AI, Algorithms, and Awful Humans 92 Fordham L. Rev. 1923 (2024) Mini Abstract: This Essay critiques arguments that algorithmic decision-making is better than human decision-making. Two arguments are often advanced […]

Webinar – Trust: What CEOs and Boards Must Know About Privacy and AI Blog

In case you missed my recent webinar with Dominique Shelton-Leipzig (Mayer Brown), you can watch the replay here.  We had a great discussion about why privacy is an issue that the C-Suite and Board must address. Dominique is the author of a new book on this topic, Trust.: Responsible AI, Innovation, Privacy and Data Leadership.

Cartoon: AI Bias

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Here’s a new cartoon on AI bias and the magical thinking that AI is unbiased because technology is neutral.  Bias comes from the data that algorithms use, so the bias often pollutes the output. I discuss the issue in some of my recent work, including: Artificial Intelligence and Privacy AI, Algorithms, and Awful Humans The […]

Artificial Intelligence and Privacy

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I’m delighted to post my new article draft, Artificial Intelligence and Privacy. The article aims to provide the conceptual and practical ground work for how to understand the relationship between AI and privacy as well as provide a roadmap for how privacy law should regulate AI. Here’s the abstract: This Article aims to establish a foundational understanding […]

Kafka in the Age of AI and the Futility of Privacy as Control

Kafka in the Age of AI - an essay by Professors Daniel Solove and Woodrow Hartzog

I’m very pleased to post a draft of my forthcoming essay with Professor Woodrow Hartzog (BU Law), Kafka in the Age of AI and the Futility of Privacy as Control, 104 B.U. L. Rev. (forthcoming 2024). It’s a short engaging read – just 20 pages!  We argue that although Kafka shows us the plight of […]

AI, Algorithms, and Awful Humans – Revised Version

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Hideyuki (“Yuki”) Matsumi (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) and I have significantly revised our essay, AI, Algorithms, and Awful Humans, forthcoming 92 Fordham Law Review (2024). It will be part of a Fordham Law Review symposium, The New AI: The Legal and Ethical Implications of ChatGPT and Other Emerging Technologies. In response to great feedback, we have made […]