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CTIC Research Fellow Giovanna Massarotto argues that computer science can help regulators monitor markets and identify algorithmic collusion.
Prof. Jennifer E. Rothman will testify on possible federal laws to address AI and how the proposed “No AI FRAUD Act” would make things worse.
Regulators should factor in the dynamic nature of machine learning when proposing AI regulations, writes Prof. Cary Coglianese.
Prof. Jennifer E. Rothman shares her insight on Vidal v. Elster, a trademark case recently argued before the Supreme Court.
This Penn Carey Law course empowers a new generation of engineers to recognize and examine critically the ethical, moral, and legal quandaries.
A Sadie Scholar with an interest in intellectual property law, Natine Macauley L’25 gained essential in-house experience working at the National Board of Medical Examiners.
Prof. Christopher S. Yoo and Bethany Lee L’22 advocate FDA regulatory action to better address cybersecurity risks of medical devices such as pacemakers.
At “This Is Small Business,” Practice Prof. Cynthia Dahl offers her insights and shares resources to help you protect your intellectual property.
In “Policy Lab: AI and Implicit Bias,” students propose solutions to address intersectional bias in generative AI.
Two of the most powerful IP regulators in the Capitol are Penn Carey Law alumnae.