We’re back this week with a great interview with Frank Pasquale!
Familiar Stranger Emma sits down with Frank Pasquale from Brooklyn Law School. Frank is also currently co-editor-in-chief of the Journal of Cross-Disciplinary Research in Computational Law! Frank is one of the leaders in relation to AI Law and cross-disciplinary approaches, with his works of The Black Box Society The Secret Algorithms That Control Money and Information and New Laws of Robotics Defending Human Expertise in the Age of AI, incorporates a broad range of insight from an even broader range of disciplines.
In this conversation, Emma and Frank touch on authority, Trust and the essays of Clifford Geertz. Briefly dive deep into America’s Anti-Trust laws and eventually discuss ideas of where to next for AI technologies, and how disciplines can work more efficiently to drive new insights and findings.
It was a great conversation and we hope you all enjoy!
Links and Citations
Check out Frank Pasquale’s profile here:
The Black Box Society The Secret Algorithms That Control Money and Information
New Laws of Robotics Defending Human Expertise in the Age of AI
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Music by Pete Dabro: dabro1.bandcamp.com
Shownotes by Matthew Phung
Podcast edited by Matthew Phung
Feature image “Violence Against Children Conference” by UNICEF Ukraine (2019)