The FCBA Connected and Autonomous Vehicles and Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Robotics Committees will co-sponsor a CLE on Tuesday, February 8 from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. ET entitled Future Mobility in the United States and European Union: An Introduction to Intersecting Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Vehicle Technologies and Regulation. This program will be held virtually via the Zoom platform.
The FCBA has applied for 2.0 hours of MCLE credit from the VA Bar. This program has not yet been approved.
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2:00 – 2:05 p.m. Welcome and Introductions
K.C. Halm, Partner & Co-Chair, Artificial Intelligence Working Group, at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
2:05 – 3:05 p.m. Recent Developments in Autonomous Vehicle Regulation
The first panel will feature presentations from autonomous vehicle experts, designed to provide an overview of autonomous vehicles and regulation. From the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards in the United States to state pilot program requirements, this panel will help educate practitioners on the fundamentals of the autonomous vehicle regulatory environment. Topics will include safety standards, autonomous vehicle and automated driving system technologies, and testing/pilot programs in the United States.
Katherine Sheriff, Lead Attorney, Mobility and Transportation Working Group, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
Emily Frascaroli, Managing Counsel, Product Litigation Group, Ford Motor Company
Nat Beuse, Vice President of Safety, Aurora
Hannah Graae, Senior Associate, Global Regulatory Practice Group, Hogan Lovells
3:05 – 4:00 p.m. Emerging Regulatory Frameworks for Artificial Intelligence
The second panel will feature presentations from artificial intelligence experts, designed to provide an overview of artificial intelligence and regulation. From recent White House initiatives and executive orders to developing National Institute of Standards and Technology technical standards in the United States to the European Commission’s proposed regulation for high-risk systems in the European Union, this panel will help educate practitioners on the fundamentals of the artificial intelligence regulatory environment. Topics will include emerging standards related to AI and machine learning systems, and proposed rules/frameworks in the United States and European Union.
Michael Janson, FCC
Che Chang, Associate General Counsel, OpenAI
Cherilyn Pascoe, Senior Technology Advisor, NIST
Doug Johnson, Vice President, Emerging Technology Policy, Consumer Technology Ass’n (CTA)
COST: $135.00 for Private Sector Members; $50.00 for Government/Academic/Transitional/Retired Members; $95.00 for Non-Profit 501c3 Members; No charge for Law Student Members; $205.00 for Non-Members
Cancelations due no later than 24 hours prior to the program start time.