I heard about the ATHIKA project through my university and I was interested in participating due to the interdisciplinary nature of the project. My experience of the course has been very positive, I learned a lot, especially courtesy the interdisciplinary element. Lawyers have a tendency to look at things from a very legal perspective. Being around a diverse group of people, i.e. philosophers, engineers, provided me with multifaceted perspectives on AI and other disruptive technologies from a non-legal perspective. I have learned a lot from various discussions while working at Mcrit and the involvement in the course gave me a deeper insight into AI technologies and reinforced my interest in Medtech, a field within IT law, which I have always been passionate about.