[bestbits] Software Governance and Automobiles: Building the Open Road

Mishi Choudhary mishi at softwarefreedom.org
Fri Mar 16 12:38:48 EDT 2018

For any of you are interested in self driving cars and software, privacy
and data we are holding a  one day workshop at Columbia Law School in
New York.

In this unique, one-day, by-invitation event held at Columbia Law School
in New York City, we explore technical, legal and social questions
concerning software governance in the near-term automotive future. How
can innovations in software engineering help us to improve reliability
and serviceability of embedded automotive software? How can user
innovation be maximized, allowing car owners to modify the operation of
their vehicles, while preserving safety and allowing manufacturers to
limit their liability? How can vehicles be upgraded in service without
also creating dangers of malware injection and privacy invasion?
Presenting real-world solutions under development that maximize openness
while increasing the reliability of governance, this conference aims to
offer cutting-edge thinking in the context of an automotive industry
undergoing revolutionary transformation

Warm Regards
Mishi Choudhary, Esq.
Legal Director
Software Freedom Law Center
1995 Broadway Floor 17| New York, NY-10023
Direct: +1-212-461-1912| Main: +1-212-461-1900| Fax: +1-212-580-0898

Managing Partner
Mishi Choudhary & Associates
K-9, Second Floor, Jangpura Extn.| New Delhi-110014
Main: +91-11-43587126 | Fax: +91-11-24323530
Email:mishi at mcalaw.in | http://mcalaw.in/

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