The University of Baltimore
1401 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Join our panel discussion with legal experts about how unaccountable algorithms, AI, and Big Data affect public health, personal and public finances, and the criminal justice system. The panel will tackle pressing legal and technological issues, including:
What are the promises and perils of these tools?
How are these tools already affecting society and individuals?
What, if anything, can be done to make these tools accountable?
The panel will be moderated by Jason Tashea, a legal technology reporter at the American Bar Association Journal and Baltimore Legal Hackers co-founder.
Legal Hackers is a global movement of lawyers, policymakers, technologists, and academics who explore and develop creative solutions to some of the most pressing issues at the intersection of law and technology. Through local meetups, hackathons, and workshops, Legal Hackers spot issues and opportunities where technology can improve and inform the practice of law and where law, legal practice, and policy can adapt to rapidly changing technology.