August 15, 2019

What US Lawyers Should Know About Artificial Intelligence

What US Lawyers Should Know About Artificial Intelligence

August 15, 2019

This presentation explores the definitional, legal, contracting, and risk management issues raised by client use of artificial intelligence and smart machines. We will not cover how to use AI in your legal office, but how AI creates unique situations in the fields of IP, torts, smart contracts, deep fakes, ethics, privacy, and public decision making. Learn the difference between deep learning, machine learning and expert systems.

Panelists:

  • Ted Claypoole (moderator), Womble Bond Dickinson, Atlanta, GA
  • Jennifer Maisel, Rothwell Figg, Washington DC

Presented by: Cyberspace Law Committee

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