The Age of Algorithmic Decision-Making: Who’s Liable When it All Goes Wrong

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Cooke, Young & Keidan LLP

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Tech Disputes Network's Latest Seminar: "The Age of Algorithmic Decision-Making: who's liable when it all goes wrong?"

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Tech Disputes Network is a new informal forum for professionals from the technology and legal industries interested in avoiding, managing and winning technology-related disputes.

The Age of Algorithmic Decision-Making: who's liable when it all goes wrong?

Our second event will look at how algorithmic decision-making is an increasing feature of life in industries as diverse as financial services, consumer retail and transport. This trend is only likely to increase, with increasingly sophisticated processes playing an ever-growing role in the economy, including programs that act on what could be described as an autonomous basis without clear link to the work of any legal person. But who is liable for the output of these processes? This is liable to be a key legal question going forward and one which this seminar will aim to discuss. Chaired by Cooke, Young & Keidan, speakers will include experts from a range of different sectors.

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The discussion will be followed by drinks and networking.

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21 Lombard Street

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