MIT-IAP Computational Law Course Application [Winter 2018]
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This course pursues a cross-disciplinary exploration of the implications of emerging technologies on law and legal processes, with an emphasis on the development and deployment of automated computational business and legal systems. The course includes special focus areas on rules-driven Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain and Autonomous Transaction Networks. We will cover a variety of issues, including identification and integration of the business/legal/technical layers or facets of various commercial, industrial, infrastructural, educational, social, political and governmental web-based systems, the complex interaction between governance and sovereignty in public and private sector contexts and the emergence of algorithmic, adaptive methods and mechanisms for regulatory, adjudicative, fiduciary, contractual and other legal processes. The course will entail an intense array of learning and teaching methods. Students will be expected to participate in a variety of activities. In addition to MIT and Harvard students the course is open to MIT Media Lab and Harvard Berkman Klein Center fellows and affiliates and others approved to audit the course. There are no prerequisites for this course but permission of instructor is required to attend.
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Please note that this class will be held at online and at MIT. It may require that you produce materials that may be made public. Certain class sessions will align with public events and these events and classes may be recorded and/or live streamed. Students must be ready to put in extra effort consistent with an experimental course and participate in a team work driven setting. Please acknowledge below.
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School and Other Affiliations
MIT Media Lab
MIT Future Law Course
MIT Legal Forum - In Person
MIT - Other
Harvard Law School
Harvard Kennedy School
Stanford Law/CS CodeX
Georgetown Law eDiscovery Blockchain Session Participant
Active Participant in Legal Hackers Chapter
Active Participant in Legal Hackathons
Active Participant in Code for America Brigade
Mayors Office of New Urban Mechanics
Uniform Law Commission and/or UNCITRAL
Born in and/or Learned to Love Oakland, CA
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