The UNSW Allens Hub for Technology, Law and Innovation, was an independent community of scholars based at UNSW Sydney that operated from 1 November 2017 until 1 June 2024. It sought to add breadth and depth to research on the diverse interactions among technological change, law, and legal practice. It had influence over academic and policy debates through its engagement with the legal profession, the judiciary, industry, government and the broader community and its many submissions to policy processes.

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Past Event Videos

This hybrid panel discussion event was brought to you by UNSW Allens Hub for Technology, Law and Innovation and the Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law at UNSW Sydney. The event was originally held on Wednesday 21 June 2023.

Watch the sixth session in the Challenges for a Cyber-Physical World online seminar series: ‘Transparency in the Consumer Internet of Things’ with Anna Ida Hudig. This seminar was held online on Wednesday 21 June 2023.

UNSW Law & Justice | Legal Hour panel discussion AI and Tomorrow’s Lawyers: How technology will change what lawyers do and how legal services are delivered. Held at Allens on Wednesday 3 May 2023. 

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Watch four UNSW experts as they explore the implications of ChatGPT and Artificial Intelligence on society and discuss how these emerging technologies are shaping the future of the education sector.

Watch the fifth session in the Challenges for a Cyber-Physical World online seminar series: 'Internet of Things and the Law: Legal Strategies for Smart Technologies' with Dr Guido Noto La Diega. This seminar was held online on Thursday 8 December 2022.

UNSW Allens Hub hybrid seminar presented by Professor Dirk Zetzsche (University of Luxembourg), on Tuesday 29 November 2022. The lecture draws on a set of papers on financial technology and sustainable finance written by the Professor Dirk Zetzsche and his co-authors.

Watch the fourth session in the Challenges for a Cyber-Physical World online seminar series, Mapping the physical self: an introduction to direct-to-consumer genetics, with Dr Andelka Philips  and Hub Fellow, Dr Kalyeen Manwaring. This event was co-hosted by UNSW Allens Hub and the IEEE Society for Social Implications in Technology (Australia Chapter) (IEEE SSIT). 

The UNSW AI Institute and UNSW Allens Hub jointly present “AI Law and Regulation: A European perspective” by Professor Chris Marsden. This workshop was hosted by Professor Rob Nicholls on Monday 10 October 2022 at UNSW Sydney.

In her TedX Sydney Salon talk, Lyria Bennett Moses argues that what we need isn’t more ‘ethical AI’ statements or even technological improvements — instead it’s about legal constraints built into legislation, protection for privacy and autonomy, detailed standards that explain ‘how’ to get it right, and engagement with an educated citizenry.