2019-2020 Artificial Intelligence Writing Competition: Results Announced!

May 5, 2020

CLCT is delighted to share some good news! We can now reveal the winners of the third annual Artificial Intelligence Writing Competition. Open to law students worldwide, the Competition received submissions from near and far, and authors approached various themes, including liability arising from IoT devices; intellectual property issues stemming from Artificial Intelligence; challenges introduced by facial recognition and deepfakes; insurance in the Big Data world; and ethical considerations in the changing relationship between humans and their artifacts.

As in previous years, the quality of the papers and issues analyzed were excellent, and judges had to make some difficult decisions to select the top papers. The winners will receive cash prizes provided through grant funding by the Silicon Valley Community Foundation.

The 2019-2020 Artificial Intelligence Writing Competition winners are:

Special Mentions

Our warmest congratulations to this year’s winners, and many thanks to every contributor—the Competition would not be the same without the efforts of every law student who takes part. CLCT is looking forward to next year’s Artificial Intelligence Writing Competition!