The First and Fourth Amendments in the Age of AI, Bots, and the Evolution of Electronic Communications
Created on June 29, 2018
As the prevalence of the use of artificial intelligence-powered physical and virtual robots ("bots") that can communicate in human language with or on behalf of people and companies rises, so too will issues of speech rights and restrictions rise to the forefront. Consumers speak and write to bots on a daily basis, ranging from the usage of robo-advisors to e-commerce bots. Companies use bots to keep the public informed and communicate with its customers. Governments use bots to provide better customer service.
Join Huu Nguyen, Franklin Monsour, and Corrine Irish of Squire Patton Boggs as they discuss how the use of artificial intelligence ("AI") implicates constitutional law, specifically the First and Fourth Amendments. They will also discuss how AI and data is being used in social media (e.g., on Twitter and Facebook) as the new digital quasi-public forum, government speech using AI, content discrimination via data bias, and wiretapping of the public's conversation with bots.
- Discuss the rise of bots today from robo-advisors to robot-reporting to E-Commerce bots
- Examine Alexa as witness in recent murder case, and the underlying First and Fourth Amendment Issues
- Analyze US v. Miller, and the expectation of Privacy in financial records
- Explore the role of bots and electronic accounts in government speech
- Review the impact of the use of the Internet as a quasi-public forum, and its censorship by AI
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