Two Presentations at Stanford on Monday: Robots & ObamaCare

April 4th, 2013

On Monday from 11:00-12:00, I will be speaking  at the “We Robot: Getting Down to Business” conference at Stanford Law School. I will be commenting on Bryant Walker Smith‘s cool new paper  Human Factors in Robotic Torts. The event will be held in Paul Brest Hall East. I attended the inaugural “We Robot” conference last year in Miami and was really impressed. Kudos to everyone organizing it.

Then, at 12:30, I will be running over (literally) to the Stanford Constitutional Law Center for a “Constitutional Conversation” about my book, “Unprecedented: The Constitutional Challenge to ObamaCare” (now available for pre-order). There will be lunch served in Room 95. This will be the dry-run for my book talk. Thank you much to Judge McConnell, Nathan Chapman, and everyone at the center for hosting me.

Also, on Saturday at noon, I will be giving a talk on “Assisted Decision Making: Big Data and the Law” at LegalForce Book Flip. I have blogged about LegalForce, an innovative new store that provides easy access to attorneys and legal services. Thank you to Raj Abhyanker for graciously hosting me. This cool new store is located at 323 University Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 94301.

If anyone is in the Bay Area this weekend, please drop me a line.