Enter the second annual Artificial Intelligence Writing Competition

Self-driving cars, literature produced by computers, autonomous military armaments, robotic child companions – and more – are already here.  These developments and those to come all pose important legal issues, some of which are unprecedented. Luckily though, you don’t have to be a Silicon Valley whiz kid to enter this essay competition. The Center for Legal and Court Technology (CLCT) is pleased to announce its second annual writing competition dedicated to innovative legal issues likely to arise from Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things, and/or related technologies. All current law students are cordially invited to submit one paper which must: Set forth the likely issue; Explain why it likely will arise and to what degree; and Analyze the probability that it can be readily resolved by application of existing law. A submission is not required to contain a proposed solution to the issue; however, any plausible and well-articulated solutions put…

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