We are pleased to announce the 2023 Columbia Science & Technology Law Review Symposium, “Accountability and Liability in Generative AI: Challenges and Perspectives.”  The event will be co-sponsored by Columbia’s brand new program on Science, Technology & Intellectual Property Law (STIPL) and aims to explore the potential legal consequences of generative AI systems across different disciplines: as the landscape of generative AI technologies quickly evolves, questions about its impact on legal fields such as privacy, intellectual property, antidiscrimination, and products liability remain unanswered. 


The Symposium will be held at Columbia Law School on Friday, November 17, 2023. It will feature cutting-edge panels representing a wide range of viewpoints on how the harms resulting from generative AI may be addressed through civil liability and regulatory accountability.


Please reach out to Emily Davidson, the Executive Editor for the Symposium, at with any questions.