About the Program
Improving understanding of evolving A.I and robotics
Under the title Consortium on Law and Ethics of A.I. and Robotics (CLEAR), this program brings together leaders in the academy, industry, and government to promote a better understanding of the legal, ethical, and policy challenges posed by strong artificial intelligence and increasingly sophisticated robotics.
The development of strong artificial intelligence and increasingly sophisticated robotics will be a defining theme of the 21st century. To explore the implications of evolving A.I. and robotics, the Robert Strauss Center launched an interdisciplinary Artificial Intelligence Program titled Consortium on Law and Ethics of A.I. and Robotics (CLEAR). CLEAR will bring together leaders in the academy, industry, and government to promote a better understanding of the legal, ethical, and policy challenges posed by these emergent technologies.
On Saturday, March 11, 2017 at 11:00am, the Strauss Center hosted a SXSW Interactive session exploring the ethical considerations that technologists need to prioritize in the design and development of autonomous and intelligent systems. The…
On Wednesday, April 13, 2016, the Strauss Center, UT’s Intelligence Studies Project, and the Clements Center hosted Dr. Gregory Treverton, chairman of the National Intelligence Council (NIC) and advisor to the Director of National Intelligence….
On Tuesday, March 22, the Robert Strauss Center welcomed Ryan Calo, Assistant Professor at the University of Washington School of Law and director of the UW Tech Policy Lab, to speak about the history of…