Law & Business Seminar: Boards and AI
Law & Business Seminar:
Boards and AI
How feasible is it for boards of directors to use AI as part of their oversight and decision making? Could AI promote better standards of corporate governance? Could AI take over some of the functions currently given to boards, or even perhaps replace boards? This webinar will consider the potential role for artificial intelligence in corporate decision making processes.
Dr Akshaya Kamalnath, AUT School of Law, Auckland New Zealand
Akshaya is a lecturer at AUT Law School in Auckland. She has a PhD from Deakin University, LLM from NYU Law and BA/LLB from NALSAR University of Law in India. Her research and teaching areas are corporate law, corporate governance, and corporate insolvency law. She has published articles in leading US and Australian journals, and also blogs at The Hitchhikers Guide to Corporate Governance. Prior to joining AUT, Akshaya worked as a lecturer at Deakin Law School and in a leading corporate law firm in India.
James North, Head of Technology, Media and Telecommunications, Corrs Chambers Westgarth, Sydney
James practises in the converging fields of technology, media and telecommunications. His expertise encompasses strategic commercial transactions, including joint-ventures, acquisitions, outsourcing, and product rollouts, as well as disputes in the TMT sector. James is a key adviser in Australia to some of the world’s most innovative and best known technology brands. He is also a long-term adviser to major Australian telecommunications carriers, helping them navigate the complex and rapidly-changing TMT landscape.
The webinar will be chaired by Jason Harris, Professor of Corporate Law, Sydney Law School.
Webinar via Zoom, Tuesday 16 June, 5-6pm AEST
Once you register, your confirmation will provide the Zoom details.
This seminar is sponsored by the Ross Parsons Centre at Sydney Law School.