I’ll be speaking about law and computers twice next week.

On Wednesday the 5th, I’ll be the 30th Anniversary Symposium of the Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal. I’m giving a talk at 4:00 PM on “Technological Textualism.” Be sure to stick around for the reception to follow and the 6:30 PM keynote address by Orin Kerr.

Then, on Thursday the 6th, I’ll be at Brooklyn College for an 11:00 AM panel on Robot Law. I’ll be talking about how the law should deal with complex systems. My co-panelists are Frank Pasquale and Samir Chopra, the author of the just-released A Legal Theory for Autonomous Artificial Agents.