Evtimov, Ivan (University of Washington, Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering) O’Hair, David (Knobbe Martens) Fernandes, Earlence (University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Computer Sciences) Calo, Ryan (University of Washington School of Law) Kohno, Tadayoshi (University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Computer Sciences)
The authors of this essay represent an interdisciplinary team of experts in machine learning, computer security, and law. The authors would like to thank the following people for their insightful contributions, comments, and suggestions: Ashkan Soltani, Michael Froomkin, Jesse Woo, Amanda Levendowski, Jason Schultz, Aaron Snoswell, Ram Shankar Siva Kumar, Natalie Chyi, Amit Elazari, Jennifer Rogers, and Dallas Card. We thank Jesse Woo for furnishing the example of the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime. Thank you to the Hewlett Foundation, MacArthur Foundation, and Microsoft for its support of the Tech Policy Lab and this work.