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AI and Access to Justice

AI can be used for the public good. AI offers the potential to scale solutions to reduce the justice gap. It could dramatically improve the efficiency of legal aid lawyers, allowing them to streamline administrative tasks and serve more clients more efficiently and effectively. It could make accurate, reliable, and understandable legal information readily available to people who lack access to a lawyer. It could simplify court forms and processes. Its utility, however, will depend on its accuracy, its ability to preserve privacy and confidentiality, and its avoidance of biases.

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AI Governance: A Conversation with Reva Schwartz of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) about NIST's new AI Risk Management Framework

In this conversation, Reva Schwartz, a research scientist in the Information Technology Laboratory (ITL) at NIST, and a member of the ABA Presidential Task Force on AI and the Law (ABA AI Task Force) Advisory Council and Cynthia Cwik, a Vice-Chair of the ABA AI Task Force, discuss the NIST AI framework and how it is being implemented by organizations to advance trustworthy and responsible AI.


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