Augmented Reality (AR) presents novel or acute challenges for technologists and policymakers. Our work in AR is aimed at identifying some of the major legal and policy issues AR may present as a novel technology and provides conditional recommendations to help address those issues.
Augmented Reality: A Technology & Policy Primer
This whitepaper—which grew out of research conducted across three units through the Tech Policy Lab—is aimed at identifying some of the major legal and policy issues AR may present as a novel technology, and outlines some conditional recommendations to help address those issues.White Paper News
Director Calo Testifies on Augmented Reality Before U.S. Senate
Lab Faculty Co-Director Ryan Calo testified before the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation at a hearing exploring augmented reality. Watch the hearing and read his testimony.Video News
Augmented Reality: Hard Problems of Law and Policy
In this paper, from the 2014 Workshop on Usable Privacy & Security for wearable and domestic ubIquitous DEvices (UPSIDE 2014), an interdisciplinary research team describes their vision of AR and explores the unique and difficult problems AR presents for law and policy–including privacy, free speech, discrimination, and safety.Research Paper News