“Did the time you dedicated to study at law school prepare you well for the hours you had to work as a junior lawyer?” – Jack, 19 In a word, no. In more words, no but it didn’t matter too much. In my first job I was contracted to Read more…
“Self-learning AI poses interesting and difficult questions for the law. In particular, who is legally liable when self-learning AI goes wrong? The programmers? The users? Or even the AI itself?”
If you were to die today, what would you want to happen to your social media accounts, email, videos and photos stored on the cloud? Would you want your family to receive access to every message you have sent over the internet?
This Student Companion by Anna Kingsbury appeared in the April 2015 edition of the New Zealand Law Journal .
This Student Companion by Barry Allan appeared in the July 2015 edition of the New Zealand Law Journal.
This Student Companion by Les Arthur appeared in the March 2015 edition of the New Zealand Law Journal