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The official podcast of the Columbia Science and Technology Law Review

    Prof. Alicia Solow-Niederman -- Do Cases Generate Bad AI Law? (2023 Symposium Edition Episode 6)

    Prof. Alicia Solow-Niederman -- Do Cases Generate Bad AI Law? (2023 Symposium Edition Episode 6)

    This is the sixth and final episode in the special 2023 Symposium Edition Podcast of STLR Conversations. We are sharing the recordings of our Symposium titled “Accountability and Liability in Generative AI: Challenges and Perspectives."
     
    Author: Alicia Solow-Niederman, Associate Professor of Law, The George Washington University Law School
    Commentator: Shyamkrishna Balganesh, Sol Goldman Professor of Law, Columbia Law School
    Moderator: Matthew Tracy, Columbia Law School, J.D. ’24
     
    A link to slides will be posted here when available.

    • 46 min
    Prof. Paul Ohm -- Focusing on Fine-Tuning: New Pathways for Fixing What Is Wrong with Generative AI (2023 Symposium Edition Episode 5)

    Prof. Paul Ohm -- Focusing on Fine-Tuning: New Pathways for Fixing What Is Wrong with Generative AI (2023 Symposium Edition Episode 5)

    This is the fifth episode of six in the special 2023 Symposium Edition Podcast of STLR Conversations. We are sharing the recordings of our Symposium titled “Accountability and Liability in Generative AI: Challenges and Perspectives."
    Author: Paul Ohm, Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center
    Commentator: Timothy Wu, Julius Silver Professor of Law, Science and Technology, Columbia Law School
    Moderator: Amanda Orbuch, Columbia Law School, J.D. ’24
     
    A link to slides will be posted here when available.

    • 48 min
    Prof. Catherine Sharkey -- A Products Liability Framework for AI (2023 Symposium Edition Episode 4)

    Prof. Catherine Sharkey -- A Products Liability Framework for AI (2023 Symposium Edition Episode 4)

    This is the fourth episode of six in the special 2023 Symposium Edition Podcast of STLR Conversations. We are sharing the recordings of our Symposium titled “Accountability and Liability in Generative AI: Challenges and Perspectives."
     
    Author: Catherine Sharkey, Segal Family Professor of Regulatory Law and Policy, NYU School of Law
    Commentator: Thomas Merrill, Charles Evans Hughes Professor of Law, Columbia Law School
    Moderator: Sarah Al-Shalash, Columbia Law School, J.D. ’24
    A link to slides will be posted here when available.

    • 41 min
    Alice Xiang -- Fairness and Privacy in an Age of Generative AI (2023 Symposium Edition Episode 3)

    Alice Xiang -- Fairness and Privacy in an Age of Generative AI (2023 Symposium Edition Episode 3)

    This is the third episode of six in the special 2023 Symposium Edition Podcast of STLR Conversations. We are sharing the recordings of our Symposium titled “Accountability and Liability in Generative AI: Challenges and Perspectives."
     
    Author: Alice Xiang, Global Head of AI Ethics at Sony
    Commentator: Talia Gillis, Associate Professor of Law and Milton Handler Fellow, Columbia Law School
    Moderator: Nancy Lu, Columbia Law School, J.D. ’24
    A link to slides will be posted here when available.

    • 48 min
    Prof. Mark Lemley -- How Generative AI Turns Copyright Upside Down (2023 symp. ed. ep. 2)

    Prof. Mark Lemley -- How Generative AI Turns Copyright Upside Down (2023 symp. ed. ep. 2)

    This is the second episode of six in the special 2023 Symposium Edition Podcast of STLR Conversations. We are sharing the recordings of our Symposium titled “Accountability and Liability in Generative AI: Challenges and Perspectives."  
    Author: Mark Lemley, William H. Neukom Professor of Law, Stanford Law School
     
    Commentator: Matthew Sag, Professor of Law and Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Data Science, Emory University School of Law
     
    Moderator: Joshua Simmons, Partner, Kirkland & Ellis
     
    A link to slides will be posted here when available.
     

    • 51 min
    Prof. Christopher Yoo -- Beyond Algorithmic Transparency for Generative AI (2023 symp. ed. ep. 1)

    Prof. Christopher Yoo -- Beyond Algorithmic Transparency for Generative AI (2023 symp. ed. ep. 1)

    This is the first episode of six in the special 2023 Symposium Edition Podcast of STLR Conversations. We are sharing the recordings of our Symposium titled “Accountability and Liability in Generative AI: Challenges and Perspectives."



    Paper Author: Christopher Yoo, John H. Chestnut Professor of Law, Communication, and Computer & Information Science, University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School
    Commentator: Eric Talley, Isidor and Seville Sulzbacher Professor of Law, Columbia Law School
    Moderator: Abby Graegin, Columbia Law School, J.D. ’24
    A link to slides will be posted here when available. 

    • 49 min

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