PULSE - Program on Understanding Law, Science, & Evidence

Agency, Autonomy, and Accountability: Insights from Neuroscience and Artificial Intelligence

Featuring presentations and papers from scholars in several distinct fields, including law, neuroscience, computer science, psychology, political science, and philosophy

In March 2017, PULSE held an interdisciplinary workshop on "Agency, Autonomy, and Accountability: Insights from Neuroscience and Artificial Intelligence," which featured presentations and papers and included scholars in several distinct fields, including law, neuroscience, computer science, psychology, and political science, and philosophy.

Participants included:

Ryan Calo - University of Washington School of Law
Anthony Casey - U. Chicago Law
Adnan Darwiche - UCLA Computer Science
Deborah Denno - Fordham Law
Hank Greely - Stanford Law
Pamela Hieronymi - UCLA Philosophy
Elizabeth Joh - UC Davis Law
Rao Kambhampati - Arizona State Computer Science & Engineering
Adam Kolber - Brooklyn Law
Jennifer Mnookin - UCLA Law
Emily Murphy - UCLA Law
Davide Panagia - UCLA Poli Sci
Richard Re - UCLA Law
Jesse Rissman - UCLA Psychology
Harry Surden - U. Colorado Law

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