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This course provides students with a basic understanding of the concept of artificial intelligence (AI) and the existing spectrum of AI technologies. It has an easily understandable, lay-person-accessible format, requiring no prior mathematical or computer science knowledge. The course also gives an overview of the evolving AI legal, regulatory, and policy landscape. Upon successful completion of the course, students will possess the necessary technical understanding, research, analytical, problem solving, as well as collaboration and communication skills to tackle legal, regulatory, and policy issues related to the development and societal adoption of AI technologies independently or as member of an interdisciplinary team.
(1) Any 60 points at 200-level from Schedule C and S to the Bachelor of Data Science; or (2) LAWS101.
For LLB students: LAWS202-206. For BDataSc and other non-LLB students: N/A.