Vandy Howell is an economist with expertise in industrial organization and labor economics. Dr. Howell focuses on antitrust, intellectual...
Dr. Sheng Li is a Senior Consultant in NERA’s Antitrust and Intellectual Property practices. He conducts research and analysis...
Deon Woods Bell is Counsel for International Consumer Protection at the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, in their Office of...
Aaron Burstein brings deep expertise in privacy, data security, and consumer protection law to his practice. In addition to...
Anna Aryankalayil focuses her practice on antitrust litigation, government investigations, and the antitrust aspects of mergers, acquisitions, and joint...
In this AT/CP podcast from the ABA Section of Antitrust Law, host Anna Aryankalayil of Dechert LLP talks to Sheng Li, Deon Woods Bell, Aaron Burstein, and Vandy Howell about the section’s Big Data Task Force and their forthcoming special report. Big data refers to data sets that have become so large that new methods and technology (such as AI and automation) are required to process them and extract insights. The panel discusses ways big data and AI can be both useful and potentially concerning, particularly in data privacy. In their special report, the task force seeks to create a framework that addresses many of the issues surrounding big data and its implications in legal matters.
Vandy Howell is a senior vice president at Cornerstone Research in San Francisco, California.
Sheng Li is a senior consultant at NERA Economic Consulting in antitrust and intellectual property practices.
Deon Woods Bell is counsel for international consumer protection and data security with the Federal Trade Commission.
Aaron Burstein is a partner at Wilkinson Barker Knauer.
(Host) Anna Aryankalayil is an associate at Dechert LLP, where her practice focuses on antitrust litigation, government investigations, and the antitrust aspects of mergers, acquisitions, and joint ventures.
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