FutureScapes 07: Robots of the Law
Kami Chavis, Director of the Criminal Justice Program at Wake Forest University School of Law
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In 2031, robots and artificial intelligence may be tools used by authorities to maintain law and order around the world. While the use of a neutral algorithm to prosecute suspects sounds fair and good, human bias may continue to be the proverbial "ghost in the machine". Kami Chavis, Professor of Law and Director of the Criminal Justice Program at Wake Forest University, joins us to talk about the recent reckoning in the United States in terms of law enforcement, the inclusion of robots in the legal system, and if one day, computers will be the ones creating our laws instead.
Produced by: Arvindh Yuvaraj
Presented by: Arvindh Yuvaraj
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