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The New Kid in Class: Generative AI in the Classroom

April 14, 2024

In the first semester of my 2022 1L year, I saw several of my classmates’ screens displaying shopping websites, crossword puzzles, Quimbee, and

AI-Voice Replication in Music: Whose Voice is it Anyway?

March 3, 2024

In early November 2023, reggaetón fans excitedly listened to a slew of new Bad Bunny songs that flooded TikTok. While the vocals, lyrics,

Dear AI: You Can Play Chess, But You Can’t Copyright

February 4, 2021

I am putting myself to the fullest possible use, which is all I think that any conscious entity can ever hope to do.” – HAL

The Rise of Artificial Intelligence in Decision-Making: Friend or Foe?

February 12, 2020

Technologies harnessing artificial intelligence (AI) are becoming increasingly common in our everyday lives. Built-in smartphone assistants help us stay organized, applications suggest new

Scrap the AI Loophole for Housing Discrimination Lawsuits

November 19, 2019

Housing discrimination lawsuits are about to become much harder to prove.

Imagine if the auto industry successfully lobbied lawmakers to give them a complete defense from