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Monday, March 06, 2023

Yale Journal of Regulation Book Symposium - The Equality Machine

Yale Journal of Regulation online symposium on The Equality Machine starts today. Here is the first introductory post by Rachel Arnow-Richman. 

Honored and eager to read comments over the next few weeks by the brilliant Rachel Arnow-Richman, Mark Lemley, Chris Slobogin, Elena Chachko, Ryan Calo, Talia Gillis, Jessica Roberts, Nicholson Price, Oren Tamir, Steph Borstein, Matthew Bodie, and Colleen Chien. And looking forward to reacting and continuing the conversation! (*easy: nothing much of course happening these days on the AI, digital, tech policy fronts :)) 

Posted by Orly Lobel on March 6, 2023 at 08:01 PM | Permalink


Book magazine is a topic that is always interested by many people.

Posted by: geometry dash | May 11, 2023 9:20:01 PM

Wish this article was more interested.

Posted by: basket random | May 10, 2023 2:46:21 AM

To be honest, this whole writing control thing looks very depressing to me, because books are mostly entertainment. But the new technologies show that now more and more emphasis is placed on the AI and its development, which is extremely interesting. To me the idea is still above that we won't copy humans soon and a work like Absalom and Achitophel will be hard to write. I listened to it in audio format on https://freebooksummary.com/category/absalom-and-achitophel for I could not find it in paper. And the texts and the books that have already been written by AI for me are devoid of humanity.

Posted by: Micheal Tucker | May 3, 2023 6:14:42 AM

I unfortunately missed the symposium and was only able to watch it on tape, but it was extremely interesting so thank you for sharing. To me all these edits, norms and frameworks that are set now very quickly begins to resemble George Orwell type dystopias, even looked up a little book 1984 summary just to remember a couple of moments. Now technology allows a lot of different things and it has long been no secret that everyone is watched, so the question of equality for me is extremely important.

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Posted by: Orbi Pink Light | Mar 16, 2023 3:54:22 AM

Thanks, Rachel Arnow-Richman, for writing the article on equality machines. What a great read, and I totally agree with everything she said. I'm not a big fan of the AI, though.

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