16 – 18 January 2020
The Conference on Machine Lawyering: Digitally Reconceiving Contracting, Regulation and Property organized by CUHK LAW was successfully held on 16-18 January 2020 at the CUHK Graduate Law Centre.
The Conference brought together a diverse group of academics and practitioners from 13 different jurisdictions in Asia, Europe and the United States to address various legal issues associated with the use of data and new technologies in commerce. Topics such as emerging alternative finance, competition law in the big data industries, legal policy on use of artificial intelligence, regulation of new payment systems (P2P, stored value, mobile payment, non-bank systems), the collection, processing and protection of personal data and data analytics in finance were actively discussed during the event. CUHK LAW professors David Donald, Steven Gallagher, Stuart Hargreaves, Robin Huang, Jae Woon Lee, Jyh-An Lee, Sandra Marco Colino, Mahdi Miraz, Noam Noked, Chao Xi and James Zeng respectively shared their opinions and guided discussion on these cutting-edge issues.
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