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Dear Colleagues,

The University of Florida has partnered with NVIDIA – a world leader in artificial intelligence and accelerated computing – to create an AI-centric data center that houses the eighth most powerful supercomputer in the nation. The entire university is now engaged across disciplines to deploy and study AI in research and teaching, with the ultimate goal of revolutionizing the human experience through ethical and equitable uses and evolutions of AI. As you will see below, faculty members at the Levin College of Law are already deeply engaged in these efforts as they seek to develop appropriate ecosystems of ethics, governance, incentives, and safeguards that will maximize the benefits of AI while minimizing its harms.

Laura Ann Rosenbury
Artificial Intelligence at UF Law
Articles and Book Chapters
  • Stephanie Bornstein, Antidiscriminatory Algorithms, 70 Alabama Law Review 519 (2018)
  • Annie Brett, Technology, Data and New Methods for Sustainably Managing Ocean Resources, World Resources Institute (2020) (with Jim Leape, Mark Abbott, Hide Sakaguchi, Ling Cao, Kevin Chand, Yimnang Golbuu, Tara Martin, Juan Mayorga, and Mari S. Myksvoll)
  • Seth Katsuya Endo, Ad Tech & the Future of Legal Ethics, 73 Alabama Law Review __ (forthcoming)
  • Barbara Evans, National Academy of Medicine/Government Accountability Office Discussion Paper: Advancing Artificial Intelligence in Health Settings Outside the Hospital and Clinic, NAM Perspectives (Discussion Paper, National Academy of Medicine) (2020) (with Nakul Aggarwal, Mahnoor Ahmed, Sanjay Basu, John Curtin, Michael Matheny, Shantanu Nundy, Mark Sendak, Rashmee Shah & Sonoo Thadaney-Israni)
  • Barbara Evans, Product Liability Suits for FDA-Regulated AI/ML Software, in Innovation and Protection: The Future of Medical Device Regulation: Innovation and Protection (I. Glenn Cohen, Timo Minssen, W. Nicholson Price II, Christopher Robertson & Carmel Shachar eds., Cambridge University Press, 2021 forthcoming) (with Frank Pasquale)
  • Elizabeth Rowe, Regulating Facial Recognition Technology in the Private Sector, 24 Stanford Tech Law Review 1 (2020)
  • Amy Stein, Artificial Intelligence and Climate Change, 37 Yale Journal on Regulation 890 (2020)
  • Amy Stein, Assuming the Risks of Artificial Intelligence, Boston University Law Review __ (forthcoming 2022)
  • Stacey Steinberg, Ethical AI? Children's Rights and Autonomy in Digital Spaces, Parenting for a Digital Future, The London School of Economics and Political Science (2021)
Presentations
  • Amy Stein, Assuming the Risks of Artificial Intelligence (Boston College Regulation and Markets Workshop, April 12, 2021)
  • Barbara Evans, Panelist, Challenges of Regulating AI in Health Care, Symposium: The Law and Policy of Artificial Intelligence in Health Care (University of Minnesota, March 27, 2020)
  • Barbara Evans, Participant, GAO Meeting on Artificial Intelligence and Health Care Services (Washington, D.C., April 1-2, 2020)
  • Barbara Evans, Artificial Intelligence in Health Settings Outside the Hospital and Clinic, A Joint Web Conversation Hosted by the NAM Leadership Consortium: Collaboration for a Value & Science Driven Health System and United States Government Accountability Office (January 21, 2021)
  • Stacey Steinberg, Presenter, Children’s Privacy, Sharenting, and AI (University of Florida, Spring 2021)
  • Stacey Steinberg, Presenter, How Parents Can Share Smarter on Social Media, TEDxVienna (October 2021)
Federal Advisory Panels 
  • Barbara Evans:
    • Participant and Lead for multidisciplinary Expert Advisory Panel convened by the U.S. Government Accountability Office and the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine to advise on report on Artificial Intelligence and Diagnostics (2021)
    • Participant and Lead for multidisciplinary Expert Advisory Panel convened by the U.S. Government Accountability Office and the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine to advise on report entitled, “Artificial Intelligence in Health Care: Benefits and Challenges of Technologies to Augment Patient Care” (November 2020)
    • Participant and Lead for multidisciplinary Expert Advisory Panel convened by the U.S. Government Accountability Office and the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine to advise on report entitled, “Artificial Intelligence in Health Care: Benefits and Challenges of Machine Learning in Drug Development” (January 2020)
AI at UF

AI Courses at UF Law
Recent Conferences at UF Law
  • Promise and Problems in Emerging Technology: Shaping the Societal Impact of Artificial Intelligence (2019)
Future Conferences at UF Law
  • AI as Evidence (November 2021)
  • Technology, Media, and Privacy Law Conference will focus on the intersections of AI and technology, media, and privacy law (March 2022)
We invite you to join us at these events. For more information, please contact ruthm@law.ufl.edu.
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