Latest Events

March 25, 2024

NYU in Dialogue: Talking Across the Aisle

David Greene — host of the Left, Right & Center podcast and show on NPR stations nationwide — and StoryCorps’ Christopher Norris welcome special guests to the NYU Skirball stage for a stimulating conversation across the aisle. Joined by Amina Amdeen — whose 2016 election story has moved millions of people worldwide — the group offers a glimpse into productive political dialogue […]

March 25, 2024

NYU Law Women: Perspectives on the No AI Fraud Act

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“Perspectives on the No AI Fraud Act” will feature a panel of experts and academics who have written about intellectual property and proposals to regulate artificial intelligence with a particular focus on the No AI Fraud Act (H.R.6943). Of particular interest will be the anti-revenge porn clauses and the history of policy concerns associated with […]

March 1, 2024

Greenberg Traurig on Artificial Intelligence

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Join us as we welcome attorneys from Greenberg Traurig for an in-person panel on the burgeoning field of Artificial Intelligence. During this panel, associates will share how Greenberg Traurig has adapted to developing technologies, explore opportunities with AI internally and externally, and consider hurdles to overcome as the industry grows.

February 29, 2024

JustSecurity: A Conversation with Avril Haines, Director of National Intelligence, United States

On Feb. 29, 2024, Just Security welcomed the Director of National Intelligence, Avril Haines, to NYU School of Law for an event in celebration of Just Security’s 10th anniversary year. Just Security’s Co-Editors-in-Chief, Tess Bridgeman and Ryan Goodman, introduced Director Haines who delivered remarks regarding strategic declassification, the role of law, and transparency in the […]

January 31, 2024

AI in Law Practice: What You Need to Know

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AI stands to “radically alter” or “revolutionize” law practice, according to recent reports from, respectively, the Economist magazine and the Brookings Institution. Both suggested the that the jobs of junior associates at big law firms are particularly at risk from the technology. A New York Times article offered a more cautious take, saying that “the impact of the new […]

January 26, 2024

2024 Next Generation of Antitrust, Data Privacy and Data Protection Scholars Conference

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This day long Next Generation of Antitrust, Data Privacy & Data Protection Scholars Conference provides an opportunity for professors in law, economics, accounting, finance, management, information system, operations management, and marketing who began their full-time tenure-track career in or after 2016 to present their latest research. Senior scholars and practitioners in the field will comment […]

January 26, 2024

Women Leaders in Cybersecurity Conference

Women Leaders in Cybersecurity presents our January 26, 2024 program, Regs Risk & Opportunity: New Cyber Rules, AI’s Impact, Evolving Your Career. Returning to in-person programming, more than a dozen leaders, including government officials, corporate board members, industry VPs, law firm partners, and professors will share insight on the new cyber rules from the SEC […]

January 24, 2024

Regulating AI in Japan and the United States

As interest in AI surges around the world, interest by governments in regulating it is also surging. Many nations have enacted or are considering a range of measures, including pursuing cross-border collaborations for a consistent approach. Concerns about the risks and harms of AI technology are wide-ranging, including fairness, privacy, safety, and transparency. Regulatory discussions […]

January 16, 2024

Beyond the Clickbait: The Impact of A.I. on Cybersecurity

The narratives around AI and Cybersecurity are the modern day Choose-Your-Own-Adventure: turn to page 10 and AI is solving many of today’s cyber problems and ushering in a new era of strong privacy protections and digital security. But turn to page 20 and AI is instead empowering attackers to overwhelm defenses and undermine the digital foundations […]

Past Events

December 4, 2023

Toward a Goldilocks Deal on 702 Surveillance Reform

In this virtual discussion, a panel of leading experts with diverse perspectives will examine the current state of play with respect to proposed legislation and the prospects for reauthorization; areas of likely or imaginable compromise; how U.S. national security and individual privacy could be impacted by various proposals; and what might lie ahead for the […]

November 10, 2023

NYU Law’s Technology Law and Policy Clinic Celebrates Ten Years

Join us in this full day, multi-panel event to celebrate the 10th anniversary of NYU Law’s Technology Law and Policy Clinic!

November 9, 2023

AI: Crime, Security & International Regulation

 Please join NYU Law and the NYU Center for Cybersecurity for a conference on AI Crime, Security & International Regulation on November 9. This conference will consider both the opportunities and risks of AI in crime, national security, and international regulation. Senior government, industry, and civil society speakers will discuss tools and capabilities of AI […]

October 24, 2023

AI and the Law: The Latest on IP, Copyright, and More

The Center for Publishing and Applied Liberal Arts, The Engelberg Center, and The Information Law Institute cordially invite you to AI and the Law: The Latest on IP, Copyright, and More with Fabio Bertoni, General Counsel for The New Yorker on October 24, 2023 from 11am – 12pm with a reception to follow. This is a hybrid event and this event […]

October 23, 2023

Book Talk – Spies: The Epic Intelligence War Between East and West

Spies: The Epic Intelligence War Between East and West tells the story of a century-long espionage war between Russia and the West. In Walton’s telling, the Cold War began earlier than is widely understood and extended beyond the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991, fueled by an asymmetric conflict of espionage, subversion, and sabotage. Walton’s […]

October 17, 2023

Will the A.I. Future Be Inclusive?

Many commentators have sounded the alarm about bias in artificial intelligence and other digital technology. But what if such technology could instead be a powerful tool to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion? In her book The Equality Machine, legal and tech scholar Orly Lobel argues that digital technology holds tremendous promise—it can detect discrimination, close pay […]

October 11, 2023

The Paradox of Chinese AI Regulation: Too Little and Too Much?

China has rapidly emerged as a global leader in artificial intelligence, closely rivalling the United States. China is also at the forefront of regulating AI. It has proactively introduced some of the world’s earliest and most comprehensive rules concerning algorithms, deepfakes, and chatbots, among others. Angela Zhang, global professor of law at NYU School of Law, […]

September 22, 2023

Generative AI as a Creativity Tool? A Program to Explore Implications

Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a widely used disruptive technology. It is, however, far from the first technology to disrupt economic and social paradigms. Societies have adapted to such technologies in the past. This half-day conference will consider how society may adapt to generative AI. Our speakers will consider concerns that have been raised about […]

September 13, 2023

Generative AI & the Creativity Cycle

On Wednesday, September 13th, the Engelberg Center and Creative Commons are co-sponsoring a full day of critical conversations with experts across generative AI, cultural heritage, and contemporary creativity. This event is being held in-person. Sessions will be recorded and published after the event.

September 13, 2023

The Future of AI & the Law: Risks, Opportunities and Challenges

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Breakthrough innovations in artificial intelligence (AI) are poised to change society, commerce and every profession.  This conference will examine how AI will affect the law and the legal profession. Leading experts, professors, scientists, regulators, and lawyers will consider how AI will affect and shape our future.  With generative AI, large language models becoming proto-artificial general […]