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Gordon Gamm Comparative Law and Justice Symposium

Uptown Campus
John Giffen Weinmann Hall

The impact of artificial intelligence on education, financial instruments, criminal justice and healthcare, are just a few of the topics that will be addressed at this year’s Gordon Gamm Comparative Law and Justice Symposium on Nov. 8. Leading this year’s Symposium, titled The Implications of Artificial Intelligence for a Just Society,  is Tulane Law Prof. Kristin Johnson, a national leader in the legal issues surrounding artificial intelligence and the law school’s 2019 Gordon Gamm Faculty Scholar. The event will be held in the John Giffen Weinmann Hall, 6329 Freret Street, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The Symposium will bring experts in this burgeoning area of law to Tulane, to discuss the broad societal implications of AI. The rise of artificial intelligence introduces efficiencies and new opportunities in finance, employment, education, criminal law enforcement risk assessments, national security and the automation of various professions, including the development of smart contracts and the automation of various skills associated with the practice of law.

More information can be found here.

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