Matt Stein and Vivek Rao Participants in Maine Law 2020 Information Privacy in Practice Conference
Pierce Atwood partner Matt Stein will chair a panel titled, “Emergence of Artificial Intelligence Technologies,” where participants will discuss current and planned applications of AI technologies in various industries, including health care, life sciences, and finance. The group will look at the ethical and data protection issues stemming from these technologies, and examine different use studies.
Pierce Atwood associate Vivek Rao will chair the panel, “Emerging Regulatory Frameworks for Artificial Intelligence Technologies and Big Data.” This panel will discuss the unintended and negative consequences of AI and machine learning, which have sparked proposals for regulation in the US and EU. Panelists will examine the steps that legislators and regulators are considering in terms of regulatory outlines, and how the industry is responding through self-policing and ethics frameworks.
Matthew D. Stein’s practice includes negotiating all types of commercial contracts relating to information technology and intellectual property. Matt understands the real world challenges and provides pragmatic advice and counsel to business clients in a wide range of emerging technologies.
Vivek J. Rao specializes in technology and intellectual property transactions and licensing agreements, trademark prosecution and enforcement, and data privacy and security matters.
Pierce Atwood partner and Privacy & Data Security Practice Group Chair Peter Guffin worked with both Maine Law and IAPP to develop this year’s conference agenda. Peter is Visiting Professor of Practice at Maine Law, teaching courses in information privacy law and cybersecurity. He is also co-director of the school’s Information Privacy Law Program.
This year’s conference, to be held virtually, is part of University of Maine School of Law’s annual Information Privacy Summer Institute. Please click here for more information and registration instructions.