Thomas Streinz is the Executive Director of Guarini Global Law & Tech, a Fellow at the Institute for International Law and Justice, and an Adjunct Professor of Law at New York University School of Law where he convenes the Guarini Colloquium: Regulating Global Digital Corporations and teaches courses on Global Data Law and Global Tech Law.
His research covers data governance in international economic law, global data/tech law, global digital governance, the regulation of digital infrastructures (including open source software and artificial intelligence), and computational law. He is a co-editor of Megaregulation Contested: Global Economic Ordering After TPP (OUP 2019) and of Artificial Intelligence and International Economic Law: Disruption, Regulation, and Reconfiguration (CUP 2021). Recent publications include Confronting Data Inequality (Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 2022), The Beijing Effect: China’s ‘Digital Silk Road’ as Transnational Data Governance (NYU Journal of International Law & Politics 2021), and the Evolution of European Data Law (The Evolution of EU Law, OUP 2021).
Contributions by Thomas Streinz
Bridging the Ethical AI Conversation: An Academic and Practitioner Dialogue
Speaker at AI Governance Global 2023, an IAPP event