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Emerging Technologies and the Law II - LAW 884

Credit Hours: 3
Description: Today’s world is on the brink of a fourth industrial revolution, the Digital Revolution, with ever-emerging technologies transforming life in the 21st century—connecting billions of people through the internet; improving access to goods and services; and redefining commerce, education, governance, and the workplace.  Over two semesters, students will be introduced to emerging technologies—artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, biometrics, blockchain, cryptocurrency, drones, the internet of things (IoT), machine learning, quantum computing, robotics, 3D printing, and virtual and augmented reality—and their impact upon contract, criminal, property, tort and other core areas of the law.
Prerequisite: None