Speaking at Artificial Intelligence and Robotics National Institute

I am excited to share that I have been selected as a panelist at the American Bar Association’s upcoming Artificial Intelligence and Robotics National Institute event in October.

I will serve on a panel for the “How Do You Solve a Problem Like Sophia? The Future of Legal Personhood for Artificial Generally Intelligent or Superintelligent AI Systems” session, which will be held on October 28, 2020.

As part of the discussion, the panel will cover the debate over legal personhood for AI systems, covering both contemporary examples of personhood and the roadmap to future personhood.

For additional information about the Artificial Intelligence and Robotics National Institute event, click here.

Cameron Shilling
Cameron Shilling

Cameron is the chair of the Cybersecurity and Privacy group at McLane Middleton. In his 20 plus years as a lawyer, Cameron has managed, litigated and resolved numerous commercial matters involving data security, technology, business, and employment issues in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New England, and around the country. Data privacy is a focus of Cameron’s practice, including creating and implementing privacy policies, terms of use agreements, information use and social media policies, advising clients about workplace privacy, social media, and consumer privacy, and handling data privacy claims asserted against companies. 

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