Understanding AI’s Impact on Information Ecosystem [Lecture Summary]
The Centre for Technology, Law, and Policy at the School of Law, Sai University organised a virtual public lecture on 15th May, 2023, focusing on the topic of "Understanding AI's Impact on the Information Ecosystem." The lecture attracted a diverse audience, including students from prestigious universities such as Delhi University, Calcutta University, Christ University, Symbiosis Law School, Ambedkar University, Mount Carmel College, and National Law Universities like NLIU, Bhopal, and NLU, Delhi.
Sai University and The Chennai Mathematical Institute (Arts Initiative) hosted a talk on ‘Women Through Languages: Writing in Translation”
Writing in English as a Filipino is a postcolonial condition. Rayji de Guia spoke of the tension of rendering the multilingual facets of Filipino womanhood into the neo-colonial, dominant language both in her fiction as well as in her poetry.
Sai University’s Center for Creative Writing and Translation in association with Chennai Mathematical Institute Arts Initiative organized a webinar on “Sustaining a flourishing writing practice” by Irish poet and Professional Certified Coach Anne Tannam
Writer's block does not mean a dead end!
SaiU School of Law’s special lecture on Climate Refugees by Prof. Randall Abate
SaiU School of Law's special lecture on Climate Refugees by Prof. Randall Abate
Srilata K. in conversation with Ramya Kannan on her book “This kind of Child: The ‘Disability’ Story”
'Lit for Life', the annual literary festival organized by The Hindu, was held at Music Academy, Chennai on Feb 24th & 25th, 2023. Sai University was a proud sponsor of this festival. It brought together around 30 prolific writers and speakers from around the world.
3 Day Live Lecture Series on Criminal Law
Are you a law student or aspiring to pursue law in the future or a legal professional? Here is a live, upcoming lecture series (http://bit.ly/3I6Iy9e) on Criminal Law by Prof. Mike McConville, SaiU's Distinguished Visiting Professor.
Blockchain Technology and Web 3.0
Professor John Mitchell, Former Vice Provost/Chair, of Computer Science, at Stanford University