AI Ethics, Law, and Policy
Gain a comprehensive understanding of AI law
We are entering a new world increasingly powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI). It’s no longer confined to academic research; AI is now shaping how individuals, businesses, and governments interact.
On this three-week course, you’ll explore the legal, ethical, and policy implications of the AI revolution. This includes AI, robots, algorithms, and human-machine interfaces.
You’ll start by exploring the differences between AI and humans while also dissecting the existing legal framework and policy initiatives.
Delve into the use cases of automated vehicles
Next, you’ll unpack the uses of automated vehicles and driving systems.
You’ll explore the incidents and related issues of automated driving systems as well as their associated ethical dilemmas.
Through this exploration, you’ll discover the recent policy and regulatory initiatives implemented for automated vehicles.
Understand algorithmic bias and the criminal justice system
On week three of the course, you’ll delve into algorithmic bias and its impact, particularly within the criminal justice system.
You’ll understand how computer errors can lead to unfair outcomes and explore case studies that highlight the role of algorithms in decision-making.
Learn from the experts at National Tsing Hua University
Throughout the course, you’ll be guided by the specialists at National Tsing Hua University.
With their insights, you’ll gain a clear understanding of the promises and challenges of AI facing users, lawyers, engineers, and policymakers across the globe.
You’ll finish equipped with fundamental legal, ethical, and policy tools to dive deeper into AI issues.
Learning on this course
On every step of the course you can meet other learners, share your ideas and join in with active discussions in the comments.
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to...
- Explore the recent development of AI and its challenges
- Identify legal and ethical issues related to AI systems in different scenarios, including automated vehicles and criminal justice
- Reflect upon the regulatory landscape of AI worldwide
- Compare the AI policy initiatives among countries
Who is the course for?
This course is designed for law, engineering, and social science students as well as anyone interested in AI’s legal, ethical, and policy ramifications.
You will gain a deep understanding of the promises and challenges AI presents across the globe.
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