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Like much of the digital economy before it, AI is consolidating into a platform business model. Intermediaries in this space are appearing around every corner to provide data, computing and storage, to host open-source models, to train, tweak and provide ethical guarantees, and to shape and control the interaction between AI and the devices we have in our pockets. In this lecture, Professor Michael Veale will walk through aspects of the emerging business models of AI, the ways they are similar to challenges that have come before and the ways they might truly present new challenges. For example, under what conditions should a service hosting a machine learning model, like Hugging Face or GitHub, remove a model? How is governance on those platforms happening and changing today? Do sensible points to analyze and intervene in AI supply chains exist — and could they?



Michael Veale
Associate Professor of Law, Faculty of Laws, University College London



John Basl
Associate Professor of Philosophy, Northeastern University College of Social Science and Humanities



Elettra Bietti
Assistant Professor of Law and Computer Science, Northeastern University School of Law

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