Jacob Turner is an international lawyer and the author of Robot Rules: Regulating Artificial Intelligence (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018). Robot Rules explains why AI is unique, what problems it could cause and how we can solve them. Jacob has lectured on regulating AI at universities including Oxford, Cambridge, NYU, and the Max Planck Institute in Hamburg, as well as at various technology companies, law firms, think tanks and regulatory bodies. Jacob has delivered seminars to the Chinese government and military on AI and national security, at the invitation of the UN. Jacob previously worked in the legal department of a country's Permanent Mission to the UN in New York and as a speechwriter to the Ambassador. He is a former Judicial Assistant to Lord Mance at the UK Supreme Court and the co-author (with Lord Mance) of Privy Council Practice (OUP, 2017). He holds law degrees from Oxford and Harvard.
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Madhulika Srikumar is a program lead at the Safety-Critical AI initiative at Partnership on AI, a multistakeholder nonprofit shaping the future of responsible AI. Core areas of her current focus include community engagement on responsible publication norms in AI research and diversity and inclusion in AI teams. Madhu is a lawyer by training and completed her graduate studies (LL.M) at Harvard Law School.