Governing Machine Learning: Exploring the Intersection Between Machine Learning, Law, and Regulation

On May 16, 2017, the Information Society Project at Yale Law School and Immuta gathered top academics, lawyers, and data scientists for a discussion on governing machine learning (ML). Participants discussed issues relevant to structuring a basic framework for how governments, tech companies, and society writ large might think about governing ML – an area … Continue reading Governing Machine Learning: Exploring the Intersection Between Machine Learning, Law, and Regulation