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The Library & Generative Ai, Nat Gustafson-Sundell, Mark Mccullough Aug 2023

The Library & Generative Ai, Nat Gustafson-Sundell, Mark Mccullough

Library Services Publications

A demonstration of several AI tools, including ChatGPT, ChatPDF, Consensus, and more. The focus of the session is on potential student uses of the tools and related library initiatives, so we address the limits of ChatGPT as an information source. Librarians can help students learn how to use these tools responsibly and provide leadership on campus as AI is integrated into assignments.


Game Changers: Rewriting The Playbook A Sports And Entertainment Law Symposium, Steven Howard Roth Jun 2023

Game Changers: Rewriting The Playbook A Sports And Entertainment Law Symposium, Steven Howard Roth

Akron Law Review

Attorney Steven Howard Roth participated in the following fireside chat with Akron Law Review Associate Editor Andrew Fleming as part of the Akron Law Review 2023 Symposium at The University of Akron School of Law in April 2023. Some content may be modified and/or abbreviated from its original transcript for purposes of flow and brevity.

Attorney Roth is the Founder and a Principal of Roth Firm, LLC, a law firm that represents individuals and domestic and international companies within the middle and upper middle market in business and transactional matters. Attorney Roth’s practice focuses on the areas of mergers and …


Compulsory Licensing: A Potential Solution To The Antitrust Dilemma Of Technology Standards Setting, Shen Peng Apr 2023

Compulsory Licensing: A Potential Solution To The Antitrust Dilemma Of Technology Standards Setting, Shen Peng

Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property

The Constitution grants patent owners exclusive rights over their inventions to “promote the Progress of Science.”1 This clause was drafted based on the belief that monetary incentives granted to the first inventor, such as the proceeds from selling and licensing the invention, will foster new ideas and accelerate innovation to the benefit of the public welfare. However, when the first inventor is the sole benefactor of the rewards from the innovation, subsequent innovation may be stifled.

For instance, the first person to invent the idea of a mobile phone but lacking the right to use the underlying technologies essential to …


Covid And Bar Admissions, Steven R. Smith Jan 2023

Covid And Bar Admissions, Steven R. Smith

Arkansas Law Review

The COVID-19 pandemic, killings of George Floyd and others, and civil unrest created dislocation, hardship, and uncertainty. For millions of people, it included deaths in family, unemployment, and serious mental and physical illness. Graduates of professional schools preparing to take licensing examinations faced unexpected obstacles in meeting licensing standards for their chosen professions. It quickly became apparent, for example, that the usual licensing examination arrangements were problematic. The question for licensing authorities in 2020 was what accommodations would be appropriate to take account of the disruptions applicants faced while fully protecting the public’s interest in careful licensing.


Mengkaji Kepastian Hukum Dan Perlindungan Hukum Terhadap Investasi Di Indonesia Melalui Lembaga Perizinan Online Single Submission (Oss), Eldbert Christanto Anaya Marbun Jan 2023

Mengkaji Kepastian Hukum Dan Perlindungan Hukum Terhadap Investasi Di Indonesia Melalui Lembaga Perizinan Online Single Submission (Oss), Eldbert Christanto Anaya Marbun

"Dharmasisya” Jurnal Program Magister Hukum FHUI

To drive the national economy, investment is one of the main driving factors that the Government of Indonesia continues to maintain and grow. Various efforts have been made by the Government so that investment can flow rapidly into Indonesia, both PMA and PMDN. One of these efforts is to build a new electronic-based licensing system. Based on Government Regulation Number 24 of 2018 concerning Electronically Integrated Business Licensing Services or often referred to as OSS, licensing services are made easier. Through the OSS system, licensing for undertaking and investing is simplified. The bureaucracy and lengthy licensing requirements that have been …