Legal Models of Human/Machine Cognition


Level of study: Career Based/Vocational

This micro-credential examines principles, models and definitions of human and machine intelligence, including consideration of the legal issues arising from the use of artificial intelligence systems, chat bots and other adaptive, quasi-intelligent systems. This offering focuses on the Australian legal system and comparative international issues relating to the way that AI is being designed, developed and deployed in business and government.
Introduction to human/machine cognition
A typology of human/machine cognition
Legal models in the context of human/machine cognition
Implications for the use of human/machine cognition in business and government
Learning outcomes
Upon successful completion, enrolees will have the knowledge and skills to:
Investigate and critically evaluate complex legal problems arising from the use of human/machine cognition.
Distinguish and evaluate risks relating to the use of human/machine cognition systems.
Identify and critically assess the legal principles and rules applicable to human/machine cognition.
Engage in discussions on human/machine cognition in the context of social, financial and global security.
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This micro-credential may be undertaken as a stand-alone course or as part of a “stack”.

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