Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, and the Law (21737). 2 units. This research seminar will study the emerging legal and social issues of robotics and artificial agents. Topics will include robot-human interactions, cyborg technologies, civilian and military drones, self-driving automobiles, and computer-generated speech and production. Students will be required to develop and present their own works-in-progress. Paper required. Enrollment limited to fifteen. Permission of the instructor required. J.M. Balkin .
Course Selection: In addition to listing this course among permission-of-the-instructor selections, students should also submit a statement of interest by the close of the spring early registration period on December 10.