Autonomous Vehicles – Legal and Ethical Lessons Learned from an AI Application

Autonomous vehicles (AV) offer an excellent case study of the regulatory and ethical challenges which can arise when dealing with Artificial Intelligence.  Unlike many applications of Artificial Intelligence, AV have been on the roads for a number of years. Accordingly the manner in which governments and corporations have been addressing (or failing to address) AV offers an important window into the anticipated treatment of Artificial Intelligence in the future. We will explore the unique threats and risks which are being posed by AV, many of which will be recurring issues for future applications of Artificial Intelligence. 

Guest Presenters: Hon. Ronald J. Hedges and Ronald J. Levine, Esq.

This event can be joined in person or online. Food will be served.


  • 5:30pm - Dinner will be served
  • 6:00pm - Lecture will start



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Monday, September 18, 2023 @ 5:30 pm
Hosted: Rutgers University Inn and Conference Center
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