$0.00 – $200.00
Innovation and technology are rapidly shaping our cities and regions. How are urban areas using artificial intelligence (AI) and CleanTech to make their communities more livable, healthier, cleaner, and productive? And what are the legal issues that Smart Cities need to be smart about?
Join us for this important, first-of-its-kind conference on “Smart Cities,” sponsored by the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University and the American Bar Association’s Section of Science & Technology Law.
PROGRAM ON SMART BUILDINGS, SMART CITIES, CLEAN TECH
8:00-8:10 Welcome remarks: Bob Carlson, President, American Bar Association
8:10-8:30 Keynote Address: Bill Gates, Chairman of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors
8:30-9:45 Smart Cities – What’s Happening Now
Smart cities have emerged as a vital way for metropolitan areas to use modern technology to accommodate congestion and the demand for public services. Learn about the cutting edge trends that smart metropolitan areas, including the Phoenix area, are implementing today.
9:45-11:00 Smart Transportation and CleanTech
Clean technologies can work with smart transportation systems to allow people to move through metropolitan areas efficiently, economically, and in environmentally sensitive ways. See what legal issues cities and businesses are facing as they build modern transportation systems, and what they are doing about them.
11:15-12:30 Smart Construction: Buildings, Stadiums, and Campuses
Smart technologies make new buildings energy efficient and user friendly, but have their own set of legal issues. Learn what major institutions, such as Arizona State University and the Chicago White Sox, learned as they built smart buildings and stadiums.
12:30-1:30 Lunch & Speaker: Tbd
1:30-2:45 Data Privacy and Cybersecurity in Smart Cities
Smart cities operate on data, much of which is very personal in nature. Find out what privacy issues are posed by the implementation of smart technologies, what security risks they present, and what legal requirements govern securing that data.
3:00-4:15 What Next (Planning Goals, AI, and Big Data)?
Leading cities have already made major strides in implementing smart technology, but what is coming next. Government officials and industry representatives discuss the next phase of smart cities, and what legal issues will likely dominate in the years to come.
The State Bar of Arizona does not approve or accredit CLE activities for the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education requirement This activity may qualify for up to 6.0 hours toward your annual CLE requirement for the State Bar of Arizona, including 0.0 hour(s) of professional responsibility.
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