James is a co-director of the University’s Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Public Policy (Otago.ac.nz/CAIPP) and co-signatory to the University of Otago’s memorandum of understanding on research into the social, ethical and legal effects of artificial intelligence with the New Zealand government Department of Internal Affairs. He is a principal investigator on the Artificial Intelligence and Law in New Zealand Project, which is funded under the New Zealand Law Foundation’s Internet Law and Policy Project.
Direct details for Professor James Maclaurin.
Download Report: Government Use of Artificial Intelligence in New Zealand
Download Report: The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Jobs and Work in New Zealand
DX Seminar: The New Zealand AI Landscape - Virtual Event Details and Registration
Watch the talk on Youtube (Same conversation as podcast)
Summary article of conversation - contains references from the two reports.