Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar

Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar is a Justice on the California Supreme Court and a Visiting Professor at Stanford Law School and Harvard Law School. He previously served as a full-time member of the Stanford University faculty, where he led a university-wide initiative on cybersecurity and published and taught in the area of administrative law. Justice Cuéllar has also served in the federal government, including as a Special Assistant to the President for Justice and Regulatory Policy.

Deciding Whether Software Will Eat the Bureaucracy

Agencies, policymakers, and the courts can all address the risks associated with cyberdelegation.

Preparing for Cyberdelegation and Its Risks

Automation in the administrative state could upset the relationship between people and their government.

The Surprising Use of Automation by Regulatory Agencies

Agencies’ uses of sophisticated information technologies highlight the possibilities of administrative automation.

Machines as Bureaucrats

New digital technologies promise improvements in government services but raise questions, too.

Artificial Intelligence and the Administrative State

No rubric exists to decide how to navigate the use of automation in the administrative state, but society can make informed choices.