Future Law ~ Fall 2017 (Responses)
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9/12/2017 14:17:15LucasAlmeida
Almeida.lu@husky.neu.edu
Northeastern NetsciPhdLegislation advisor
Brazil, Latin America, global south
Regulation of technologies, social networks, legislation reform
Block chain, Ai, Network Science
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9/12/2017 14:33:26DavidAndertonanderton@mit.eduMedia LabML19
Used to enforce product patents and online copyright
USanyallSome thoughts
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9/12/2017 17:32:26MattOsman
matt@legitpatents.com
MIT STEX MIT-affiliated startup
Qualified barrister + founder of AI/legal tech startup
Global, US
IP, Finance, Real Estate, Tax, Civil Litigation, ADR & Arbitration
AI/Machine Learning, Smart Contracts, Blockchain, Proactive Law
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9/12/2017 17:43:24ConradStosz
conrad@legitpatents.com
MIT STEXMIT-affiliated startup
Software Engineer at AI/legal tech startup
Global, US
IP, National Security, Privacy, International Law, International Trade, Humanitarian, Labor Discrimination, Antitrust
Analytics, Blockchain, AI/Machine Learning,Trust/Identity, Security, Robotics, Data Mining, Anonymization
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9/12/2017 18:41:09GiliVidangvidan@g.harvard.edu
Harvard History of Science/STS
PhD (4th year)
Historical and sociological research on encryption and payment systems (including Bitcoin)
US (comparative w/ EU to a lesser extent)
Social Justice, payment systems, voting/priority-setting, record-keeping, authentication and identity verification
Blochchain, Cryptocurrencies, AI, trust/Identity, payments
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9/13/2017 0:23:21CorbyKingscking@suffolk.eduSuffolk LawJD18
Insurance, Startup, Expert Systems
US EU
Risk Management Negotiation
Analytics, AI/Machine Learning, Robotics/Automation
Risk Management and Negotiation using game theory analytics
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9/13/2017 22:20:03Chantal Choicchoi@su.suffolk.eduSUffolk LawSF19
Non-profit, social worker
Global, US and China
Real estate, corporate, social justice, contracts,
Crowdsourcing, AI/Machine Learning, Blockchain (possibly more that I am not familiar with)
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9/14/2017 18:25:38DaniKohen
drkohen@su.suffolk.edu
Suffolk Law SchoolJD19Human ResourcesUS
Corporate law, Civil Litigation
Any
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9/14/2017 19:45:21JoshuaCatanzaro
Jcatanzaro@su.suffolk.edu
Suffolk LawJD19Litigation ParalegalGlobal, US, EUIPAI, security, privacy
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9/17/2017 19:00:51DamonMagnuski
damon.magnuski@peoplehedge.com
EntrepreneurNAFinTech StartupGlobal
FinTech, Data as an Asset
Blockchain
1. Data is a personal asset, and everyone makes money on it but you. I have access to financial data for hundreds of community banks and I am tasked with monetization. I want to make sure the owner of the data gets a slice. On the legal side I see identity management, ownership rights vs regulatory requirements, and a concept I am calling "data proxy" or "data power of attorney". I plan to create my "one slide" around this.

2. My attorneys and the attorneys on the other side of contracts bicker on the language on what appears to me to be trivial clauses. I would like to upload a draft of a contract and see how the language compares to case law, with the end result showing the probability that this is a real problem. An example would be that my attorneys draft a clause, and the system shows it is in 95% of relevant contracts. The opposing attorneys redraft the clause, and it is in 10% of relevant contracts (or visa versa). This would allow me to better understand when both sets of attorneys know what they are talking about and when they are causing problems to get billable hours.

3. This one is more tongue in cheek, but I think is worth a few minutes of discussion. I want no part of this except to hear the discussion. What are the divorce ramifications with the impending arrival of sexual robots?

4. On the discussion of new property rights domains, how do indigenous people tribal lands with the US work? Are they truly independent? Could one build an airport and fly in refugees?
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9/18/2017 8:22:37LisaManfredi
lisa.d.manfredi@gmail.com
no affiliation NAEntrepreneurGlobal
Agriculture, Finance, Real Estate, global trade
Blockchain, digital assets, Machine learning, digital identity, payment processesing
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9/18/2017 11:45:55StephaneGenot
stephane.genot@gmail.com
Harvard Kennedy School
MPA18Digital gov, IT strategyEUMA
Blockchain, Digital Currency, Security, Trust/Identity
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9/18/2017 16:23:16CarolineMakmacaroli@mit.edu6-142018--US
Urban issues, socioeconomic equity, access to opportunity and services
Legal software and AI
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9/18/2017 16:46:10NathanielHarrison
harrison.nat@gmail.com
EntrepreneurNAEntrepreneurAll
Marketing, Finance, Data as an aset
Blockchain, Trust/identity
People should have the ability to securely store and selectively share personal information to facilitate commerce. What if marketing was something you co-created vs. something "done to you"?
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9/18/2017 20:17:21ChristopherLeBlanccleblanc2@suffolk.eduSuffolk Law2L
Legal intern NGO in Ireland
Global, US, EU
IP, contract law, arbitration, public policy, consumer protection
Blockchain, analytics
Software that filters "unfair" contract terms in business to consumer contracts. The EU's Unfair Contract Terms Directive prohibits (blacklists) contract terms that engender or create disparities in bargaining power between businesses and citizens.

This software/app would flag potentially problematic terms in uploaded documents or PDFs, cite relevant law, and provide options for replacement terms for businesses, or generate complaint forms containing the problem language for consumers.
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9/19/2017 12:29:43Moriah King mking5@su.suffolk.eduSuffolk LawJD18
Web design, Juvenile Courts,
US and EU
Finance, IP, Tax, Family
Automation, Security, digital currency
Tax could largely be improved- for example, creating an automated document to replace an OIC form and limit "pennies on the dollar" scams.

Juveniles would benefit largely from understanding their basic rights within the courtroom and within DCF. Perhaps an interactive educational game?
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9/19/2017 13:00:50BiancaCrockettbvcrockett@suffolk.eduSuffolk LawJD19Human ResourcesUSIP, Contracts, LitigationAny
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9/19/2017 23:24:36JamesVradelisjvradelis@gmail.comU. of Chicago LawJD 1985
Attorney, Software Engineer
US
IP, eDiscovery, legal research
Analytics, AI, Blockchain
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9/20/2017 15:01:30KatherineManstedkmansted@mit.eduHarvard KennedyMPP2
Corporate Attorney, Judicial Clerk
Asia Pacific, US
Government, Emerging tech regulation, national security, law
Blockchain, AI/Machine Learning, Automation, Security
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9/21/2017 9:46:27AlisonForsythamforsyt@gmail.comHarvard SEASPhD12
Startup Systems Engineer
US, Global
Security, Authentication, Privacy, Smart Cities
Blockchain, P2P networks, smart contracts, security cameras
1) I'm considering how blockchain, smart contracts, and peer-to-peer network technology could be used to authenticate and verify surveillance video. I believe that an immutable ledger of trusted video and metadata transactions could reduce the cost of record keeping and network bandwidth, limit tampering, and relieve chain of custody concerns for video evidence. Smart cities could be a lot smarter with regard to their video data.

2) Open to discussing other ideas in this space or other topics.
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9/25/2017 11:46:56AyushiRoyayushi@mit.eduDUSPMCP19
Civic Innovation Office at Oakland City Hall, Startup
US, Global southSocial Justice, Finance
Digital currency, Security
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9/25/2017 14:01:39GrahamSinclair
graham.sinclair@sincosinco.com
FriendNAInvestment practitioner
Global. USA. South Africa.
Investment. Investtech. Finance. Fintech. Sustainability. ESG
Analytics. Blockchain. Security. Machine Learning. Legal systems.
1. How to help private equity fund manager track the legal sandbox for each of the portfolio companies and their operational sites?
2. How can developments in legal systems help target the illegal trade in wildlife?
3. How can #legaltech help Sea Shepherd track down and prosecute illegal fishing plundering the oceans?
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9/26/2017 17:54:26TiemaeRoquerreroquerre.t@gmail.comNANANACambridge
Energy, Social Constructionism
Blockchain, Digital Currency, Automation, Identity, Security, AI
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10/3/2017 10:30:19RichardMeehanrmeehan@su.suffolkSuffolk Law2LLitigation ParalegalGlobal, US, EU
Civil litigation, white collar criminal defense, medical malpractice
Blockchain, digital currency, bitcoin, ethereum
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10/3/2017 13:06:54HaroldLeachhhleach@gmail.comHarvard 76, HLS 78Visiting Startup founder; lawyerUSPractice of lawAI, data, Internet
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10/5/2017 12:15:56SamirGurbanovsamirg@mit.edu
MIT Sloan School of Managemeng
MBA 18Legal practitionerGlobal, USFinance, Real Estate, IP
Blockchain, Digital Currency, Payments, IOT
I want to be part of this initiative and learn more legal aspects of blockchain, Digital currency, Payments, IP, IOT.
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