AI in the Living Room: The Problem with Online Exam Proctors

When the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered physical classrooms, students arrived home to numerous Zoom or Google Meet invitations to attend their newly established virtual classes. Now that remote education has become ubiquitous (despite optimistic plans for in-person classes in Fall 2021), many educational institutions have turned to the trendiest technological advances to monitor classroom activity, particularly […]

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The Information Transparency and Personal Data Control Act

Carolyn Wimbly Martin and Kavya Rallabhandi

The Information Transparency and Personal Data Control Act (“ITPDCA”) was introduced to Congress in March 2021 by Representative and former Microsoft executive, Suzan DelBene. The ITPDCA seeks to implement a uniform federal standard for consumer data privacy regulation and drive global data privacy policy. Data privacy is vital to both companies and the individual. Data […]

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NFTs: A 2021 Internet Craze or a Fundamental Shift in How We Think of Digital Property and Copyright Law?

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have existed since 2017, but in March 2021 they became a household word. In the following weeks a number of issues came to light, which may suggest that the future of NFTs will not live up to the initial hype. An NFT is a digital property existing on a secure network of […]

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EU Proposes Artificial Intelligence Regulations: What Does This Mean for the U.S.?

On Wednesday, April 21, the European Union (EU) officially set forth the “Proposal for a Regulation laying down harmonized rules on artificial intelligence,” more commonly referred to as the Artificial Intelligence Act (hereinafter, “the Regulation”). This set of rules would govern the use of artificial intelligence (AI) within the jurisdiction of the EU. The Regulation […]

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Artificial Intelligence and Historical Research: Unlocking Ancient Secrets

Artificial intelligence is transforming historical research in profound ways, unlocking secrets contained in centuries-old documents and enabling technological and historical analysis at a level not previously thought possible. The Great Isaiah Scroll The Dead Sea Scrolls are considered the oldest manuscripts of the Hebrew Bible, dating from the 4th century BCE. The first discovery of […]

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