David K.A. Mordecai, President of Risk Economics, was invited to present at the American Bar Association (ABA) Artificial Intelligence and Robotics National Institutes conference on October 12-13, 2021. This year’s conference was held virtually due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
In the panel entitled Data Dump: How to Deal with a Heap of AI Big Data Liability and Compliance Issues, David K.A. Mordecai and his co-panelists discussed ways in which data supply-chain activities might incur liability related to data acquisition, curation, warehousing, use, dissemination and agency. During the panel discussion, Dr. Mordecai highlighted the roles of statistics, economics and digital forensics for analyzing risk and liability exposure of data acquisition, collection and curation, to mitigate data and algorithmic bias and corresponding liability exposure.
David Mordecai is the Chair of the Nanotechnology Committee, Vice-Chair of the Artificial Intelligence & Robotics Committee and Co-Chair of the Space Law Committee, of the ABA Science & Technology Law Section.
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