Published: March 6, 2017

Artificial intelligence is already entering our lives—think Siri, self-driving cars and programmed stock trading—and this trend will only accelerate.

If you go
Who: Open to the public
What: "The Social Impact of Artificial Intelligence"
When: Thursday, March 9, 1 to 5:45 p.m.
Where: Wolf Law Building, Wittemyer Courtroom
RSVP: Advance registration due March 8

On Thursday, March 9, a conference hosted by Silicon Flatirons will bring together futurists, entrepreneurs, academics and policymakers to consider the social implications of artificial intelligence (AI). In particular, after introducing AI and its social, legal and policy implications in a panel format, the conference will discuss AI’s implications for civil rights, law and governance, and the future of the workforce in interactive breakout groups.

Various faculty and directors from across campus, including Colorado Law, Center of the American West and the Department of Information Science, as well as other industry experts will speak. 

Advance registration is requested, though walk-in registration is welcome. The event is free for CU Boulder faculty, staff and students. General admission is $15.

Please direct any inquiries to Sean Diamond by email at or phone at 303-492-9009.