Robotics And The Law Conference At Stanford Law School
posted by Ryan Calo
In a few weeks (April 8 and 9), the Stanford Center for Internet and Society and Rock Center for Corporate Governance will be holding a robotics and the law conference at Stanford Law School. The conference follows up on the inaugural We Robot 2012 at the University of Miami School of Law. This year’s conference focuses more specifically on the immediate commercial prospects of robotics. Participants include Mark Lemley, Michael Froomkin, Ian Kerr, Kenneth Anderson, Leila Takayama (Willow Garage), Elizabeth Grossman (Microsoft), Dan Siciliano, and many other established and emerging scholars and practitioners. We will discuss product liability, privacy, and much more. The event is free and open to the public. Details— including the draft agenda and how to RSVP—can be found on the conference website. Outside sponsors include Microsoft, Ropes & Gray LLP, and AUVSI. Hope to see you there!