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About the course

This course provides an introduction to AI and its applications, as well as the challenges and opportunities it poses from a legal perspective. It will also delve into regulation and intellectual property in the context of AI, and the challenges of liability for damages caused by autonomous systems will be discussed. Ideal for those interested in learning more about AI and how it is being legally addressed.


What sets us apart

What makes us different and better.


Course duration

10 hours! Live course by zoom.


Start of the course

January 17! From Tuesday 17 to Saturday 23 January.


Course schedules

Tuesday to Saturday. Classes are from Monday to thursday 6:00 - 8:00 PM, and Saturday 10:00 AM (MX Central Time).



You will obtain an accreditation certificate issued by Lawgic through Certify.


on request

Everything is recorded. Classes are recorded and available to you.



Active community. Lawgic is a community of more than 7,000 professionals.


Artificial Intelligence and Immediate Legal Challenges

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Prof. Ana Paula Rumualdo Flores

Lawyer with 18 years of professional experience. Master in Innovation, Technology and Law from the University of Edinburgh, in the United Kingdom, where she specialized in regulation of artificial intelligence and robotics.


She currently works as Director of the Digital Technologies Practice at Hogan Lovells Mexico; Previously, she was a partner at Huacuja Betancourt y Haw Mayer Abogados. It is part of the International Association of Artificial Intelligence and Law. She has given numerous conferences and has publications in the World Economic Forum, Letras Libres, Porrúa, CONACULTA, Thomson Reuters, among others. She has been named by Foro Jurídico as one of the most influential lawyers in Mexico. He has a cultural diffusion project called "Legalzilla" where she addresses some intersections between law and technology.

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Dr. Iván Díaz

Doctor of Law and computer systems engineer, he has master's studies in computer security and a specialization in computer networks.


In addition, he has multiple certifications in the field of technologies and has 16 years of experience in the area of technology and information security. He has played the role of computer expert.

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Dr. Marcos Lopez Oneto

He is part of the "Team member Center for AI and Digital Policy" In Washington DC He is a lawyer, professor and researcher in the field of artificial intelligence law.

It has four lines of research: (a)foundations and principles of artificial intelligence law, (b) artificial intelligence and human rights, (c) impact of artificial intelligence on labor law and (d) evolutionary changes and adaptability of labor law to social transformations: towards an employment right. He has 25 years of professional experience.

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Prof. Joaquín Elizalde

Lawyer and teacher in information and communication technology law with a specialization in digital intellectual property(INFOTEC-CONACYT).


In addition, he is a teacher in procedural law and oral trials. He served as an arbitrator authorized by INDAUTOR (2015-2019) and is currently an associate of the RA Abogados SC firm with more than 20 years of experience in consulting and litigation in various areas. He is also a full member and president of the Commission on Intellectual Property in the Digital Environment.

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Dr. Jesus Manuel Niebla

Doctor of Laws from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland, United Kingdom, with a thesis on artificial intelligence applied to law entitled "Copyright on the Internet: Achieving Security Through Electronic Devices, An Artificial Intelligence Approach".


In addition, he is a teacher in tourism business administration and has a degree in law and computer science from the School of Law and the School of Computer Science of the Autonomous University of Sinaloa, respectively. He is a member of the National System of Researchers level 1 (SNI) and of the Sinaloan System of Researchers and Technologists (SSIT).


Meet the syllabus that we develop for you


Artificial Intelligence and Immediate Legal Challenges

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Dr. Jesus
Manuel Niebla

Session date:


Tuesday, January 17, 6:00 P.M. (Mexico Central Time).

Session 1
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Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (A.I.)

Introductory session, which will provide an overview of what Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) is, its different types and applications, as well as its challenges and opportunities from a legal perspective.

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Dr. Marcos
López Oneto

Session date:


Thursday, January 19, 6:00 P.M. (Mexico Central Time).

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Regulation of Artificial Intelligence (A.I.)

This session would delve into issues related to AI regulation, such as the creation of regulatory frameworks, the identification of risk areas and the implementation of supervision and control mechanisms.

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Dr. Jesus 
Manuel Niebla

Session date:


Monday, January 23, 6:00 PM (Mexico Central Time).

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Intellectual Property and Artificial Intelligence (AI)

This session will address the issue of intellectual property in the context of AI, such as copyright protection in the case of computer programs and data ownership.

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Prof. Ana Paula Rumualdo Flores

Session date:


Wednesday, January 18, 6:00 P.M. (Mexico Central Time).

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Types of visas

The explainability of AI is an important issue due to "black box" systems that are not understood even by their creators. This can create trust and liability issues. Ways to make AI systems more transparent and explainable will be discussed.

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Joaquín Elizalde

Session date:


Saturday, January 21, 10:00 A.M. (Mexico Central Time).

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Liability for damage caused by autonomous systems

You will gain an understanding of the types of visas that the United States has This session will discuss the challenges posed by liability for damage caused by autonomous systems, such as determining who is liable and how damages should be repaired. to provide you, whether for temporary travel or residence in the United States.

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Dr. Ivan Diaz

Session date:


Tuesday, January 31, 6:00 PM (Mexico Central Time).

Session 6
Cybersecurity and artificial intelligence (AI)

This session will address the fundamental concepts of cybersecurity with artificial intelligence techniques to protect systems and data from malicious attacks. They will learn to identify and analyze the legal implications of cyber threats and how to use artificial intelligence to protect the rights and privacy of individuals in an increasingly connected world.

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Frequent questions

Solve 8 common doubts

What is Lawgic?

It is a law school that offers quality education online.

How can I pay?

Credit or debit card, transfer, PayPal, Stripe and deposit.

Do I get Certificate?

Yes, you get a certificate of participation.


Yes! Undergraduate students and adults over 65 years of age have a preferential price.

What platform do you use?

At Lawgic® we use Zoom for live and Kajabi events.

Can I pay in installments?

Yes. Ask your advisor for the payment plan.

Are there payment facilities?

Yes, ask about the payment facilities for you.

Is there a guarantee / refund?

Clear! No questions or conditions, 100% refund.


Pre-sale price until January 17

$2,400 MXN

Take advantage of our promotional price and don't run out of discount! Promotion valid until 01/17/2023. Presale price includes VAT.

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