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Episode Six - Time for an Expert with Prof Jeannie Paterson

Can the Australian Consumer Law handle ChatGPT and other generative AI services? Well, that’s a question the Joels pose to ACL expert, Professor Jeannie Paterson in the first of their ‘Time for an Expert’ interviews.

Professor Paterson is the Director of Centre for AI and Digital Ethics and a Professor of Law at the University of Melbourne. Jeannie’s expertise lies in the areas of consumer protection, consumer credit and data protection law, as well as the law of emerging digital technologies, AI and robotics. Her research focuses on regulatory design for fair, safe, and accountable consumer products, and technologies. Jeannie’s research has been cited by law reform inquiries and by Courts, including by the High Court of Australia. She has consulted to ASEAN, the Banking and Financial Services Royal Commissions and ASIC on legal and regulatory reform. Jeannie has further provided influential contributions to law reform inquiries to the Productivity Commission, the Australian Law Reform Commission, Commonwealth Attorney General’s Department, Commonwealth Treasury, and the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner.

This is the fifth episode of Keeping Up with the Consumer Law. Keeping Up with the Consumer Law is financially supported by the Law Foundation of South Australia.

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