An artificial Intelligence expert witness typically has extensive experience and knowledge in computer science, data science, neural networks, robotics, and/or machine learning. Cahn Litigation Services is frequently called upon by legal professionals to locate expert witnesses that can support artificial intelligence matters.
Artificial intelligence, commonly referred to as “AI”, is a branch of computer science that researches devices that can interpret external data, learn from that data, and use the information to achieve specific goals. Artificial Intelligence is relevant to any task that involves some level of intelligence, examples of which include autonomous vehicles, medical diagnosis, proving mathematical theorems, playing games, search engines, online assistants, image recognition, spam filtering, predicting flight delays, and even predicting judicial decisions.
There are multiple AI tools available to help configure an AI system. The artificial intelligence vendors that lead the market by providing artificial intelligence and machine learning through their cloud platforms are Microsoft, Google, IBM, and Amazon.
Artificial Intelligence matters that require technical expertise typically involve intellectual property, such as patent infringement or trade secret misappropriation. Artificial intelligence can also assist in criminal cases to identify individuals in criminal activity videos, DNA analysis, and crime forecasting.
Litigation support by an artificial Intelligence expert witness could include a review of the technology, data analytics, document review, data mining, an expert report, expert opinion, and expert witness testimony at a trial. In a high-profile case, or litigation involving a significant financial stake, a law firm may request a technical expert with prior expert witness experience. In addition, clients often seek an artificial intelligence industry expert for pre-litigation consulting work.
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The below expert witness bios represent a small fraction of those Artificial Intelligence experts known by Cahn Litigation Services. These bios are provided to give attorneys a sense of the Artificial Intelligence landscape.
This expert holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science and is a Professor in the Department of Computer Science at a major university. This expert's current research interests are at the intersection of databases and artificial intelligence, including optimization. This expert has a great deal of expertise in the dialog systems component that models the series of voice interfaces, facilitating occurring interactions. Voice dialogs form one of many mechanisms through which a user can interact with interactive multimedia presentation systems (IMPS), and over the years, this expert has worked extensively with IMPS and written several papers on this subject. This expert is author of one of the best known books on multimedia databases, as well as one on advanced databases, a key component to all dialog systems. This expert is the named inventor of a patent pertaining to mining user interactions. In addition, this expert has worked extensively in the general area of data mining for a wide variety of human behavior modeling. As an expert witness, this expert has experience with both invalidity and infringement issues, has written associated reports and has served as a technical expert in front of the USPTO.
This expert received a diploma in electrical and computer engineering, an M.S.E.E. in electrical engineering and a Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering. This expert is the recipient of numerous academic awards. This expert has authored or coauthored more than 160 journal and conference papers. This expert's research interests include sensors for transportation applications, computer vision, and control systems. This expert's transportation research has included projects involving vision-based sensing and classification. This expert developed a vehicle following system using imaging sensors and then worked with a variety of sensors including LiDAR to develop pedestrian detection schemes, lane following systems, obstacle avoidance, and connected vehicles, etc. This work has led to a relationship with an automobile manufacturer where this expert handles many IPRs, ex-parte reviews, and two district court cases related to radar, cameras, and LiDAR sensors. It has also led to negotiations for a large contract with DHS for a ground robot that will monitor the southern border. The idea is to operate for a few hours on rough terrain and collect data. This expert has strong experience with the design and building of intelligent vehicle systems, and has been teaching relevant classes that involve LiDAR, for decades.
This expert is a Professor of Computer Science where this expert is also the Co-Director of the Intelligent Systems Program. This expert's research is in the area of artificial intelligence and includes contributions in the areas of artificial intelligence and education, computational linguistics, spoken language, and user modeling. This expert's work has included both fundamental research and applied research resulting in technology transfer and patents. This expert's most recent research has been in the area of Speech and Natural Language Technology for Educational Applications.
This expert has been working in voice-activated conversational dialogue systems for many years first as part of this expert's dissertation, then at a telecommunication company's Artificial Intelligence Principles Research Department (in call center contexts) and, most recently, at a University (in educational contexts). This expert has authored numerous papers and articles within the realm of dialogue systems and computer intelligence for the leading industry journals and has conducted research in these areas for the National Science Foundation, the US Department of Education and the Office of Naval Research. One paper in particular dealt with the topic of using voice-activated conversational systems to access the internet.
This expert has been engaged as a testifying expert in one case.
This expert has a patent in query optimization, and has written three books on databases as well as numerous highly cited refereed articles. This expert is a full Professor at a State University and has experience as a consultant. This expert has won prizes for research including one for work on object-oriented query languages. This expert is well-published, well-funded through grants, and is a frequent presenter at academic conferences on databases, artificial intelligence, and the semantic web.
This expert earned a Master's Degree in Software Engineering. This expert brings to the table many years of experience in the technology industry, including in the speech recognition industry where this expert's company developed speech technologies. As the founder of a highly successful and internationally recognized consultancy, this expert has pioneered ground-breaking speech recognition concepts that have pushed the limit of speech recognition in the aviation and aerospace industries. Prior to that, this expert had been involved in speech recognition and artificial intelligence at several other startups that this expert founded. This expert also served as Director of Advanced Technology where this expert helped architect and design an Internet Proxy Cache Server technology. This expert also developed the world's first real-time Internet content filtering technology and became the company's international expert on content filtering. This expert also served on the Business Development Team where this expert was responsible for advanced technology licensing.
This expert developed the first commercial computer telephony system to incorporate artificial intelligence, voice recognition, and text-to-speech. The system was used to offer unattended telephone customer support to callers. This technology was used by many high-technology companies. This expert also developed one of the first software development toolkits for computer telephony boards that turned microcomputers into computer telephony systems.
Additionally, this expert served as President and CTO where this expert was instrumental in the design of a next-generation carrier-class managed voice and data services which utilized voice recognition, text-to-speech (TTS), and mobile wireless connectivity. This expert also has in-depth experience in the vision industry and has developed custom vision cameras and embedded software systems that incorporate artificial intelligence resulting in systems that have been used to provide real-time visual feedback in technologically challenging environments.
This expert is a prolific software coder and has a thorough understanding of the review process at a deep code level. This expert is also familiar with the data compression protocols utilized by Siri as well as Siri's evolutionary operations and growth, including the introduction of their new A11 processor and movement to migrate some speech recognition requests onto the device thus eliminating the need to always establish a client/server connection when some grammar rule based commands can be handled offline.
This expert has received a patent for multi-tasking artificial intelligent processing and still utilizes AI experience in pre and post-recognition processing systems designed by the firm today. This expert has been an expert witness in several speech recognition related cases and is very familiar with the deposition process and deposes very well against the toughest of lawyers.
This expert holds a PhD in Computer Science, serves as an Associate Professor for a College of Information Systems as well as director of a Human-Computer Interaction Lab. Specializing in web, privacy and social media, this expert's work began professionally as a web designer. This expert started a web design company that built commercial websites. Since moving to academia, this expert has taught web design and web programming and written a textbook on web design.
This expert's work spans many areas, but core research interests are in understanding how people use social media to improve the way they interact with information. This expert approaches this from a computer science perspective and this expert's general research hits social networks, trust, web science, artificial intelligence, and human-computer interaction. This expert has done a lot of work looking at how to infer information about people (like personality and political preferences) and their relationships (like trust) from social media. This expert also works on usable security, bringing HCI to the design of security and privacy systems.
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This expert has extensive experience as an expert witness analyzing intellectual property issues, including patent validity and infringement and prior art. This expert has work as a technical expert, both pre-trial and in trial, on the workings of most major social media systems and recommender systems as well as the history and development of the web, web science, social networks, and social media.
This expert is an Assistant Research Professor in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering. This expert is also CEO and Co-founder of a firm that developed a software platform that automatically enriches and integrates facility operations information such as maintenance records and building IoT with building information models (BIM) to produce a 3D interactive visual information hub that provides facility managers, helpdesk and field technicians with intuitive access to actionable information when they need it most. This expert's research uses modeling and artificial intelligence to help visualize building information with big data. This expert has many years of experiences in software development in this field.
This expert serves as Associate Professor of Construction Science and previously held positions as Associate Professor of Construction Management, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering (Construction), and Assistant Professor of Construction Technology. This expert obtained a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering (specializing in Construction Engineering and Management) and a M.Eng. degree in Construction Engineering and Management. This expert has several years of boots on the ground in the construction industry working as field engineer and quality inspector in projects ranging from commercial to high-rise buildings.
This expert's research has evolved over the past several years and encompass artificial intelligence (AI), adaptive simulation, and advanced sensing and visualization with applications in urban informatics, smart health and ergonomics, disaster resiliency, and safety and productivity. This expert's work includes grants for:
This expert has conducted research on challenging problems faced by the construction industry including the design and development of one of the first full-scale mobile augmented reality (AR) apparatus capable of visualizing georeferenced construction processes in outdoor environments. This expert has designed and tested several AR applications for construction. This expert's research portfolio also includes state-of-the-art work in artificial intelligence (AI) with applications in the built environment, natural hazards mitigation, and human-technology partnership. This expert has authored 35 peer-reviewed journal articles, 5 books/book chapters, 52 refereed conference papers, 7 technical reports, and 24 poster/oral presentations. This expert has served on national committees associated with the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
This expert holds a PhD in Mechanical Engineering and is a Professor Emeritus. This expert taught undergraduate, masters and PhD classes in Mechanical Engineering and Software Development. Typical classes were Machine Design, Design of Machine Elements, Software Engineering, Human Computer Interface, and Introduction to Artificial Intelligence. This expert developed and taught the university’s first robotics program. This expert also provided consulting to industry giants and has continued to be active as an industry consultant.
This expert has published over 60 papers, and is the author of the a publication relating to machine safety. This expert was elected to a National Materials Advisory Board Committee that analyzed how improvements could be made to Structural Components. This was in response to the Challenger Space Shuttle Disaster.
This expert has been hired by both Plaintiffs and Defendants, roughly (70 % plaintiff and 30% defendant).