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Task Force on Law and Artificial Intelligence

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Unraveling AI's Impact on Intellectual Property: Expert Perspectives

As the role and impact of generative Artificial Intelligence in copyright continues to evolve, join our expert panel for an event focused on examining hot topics in Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property Law.

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Past Webinars

AI Governance and Risk Management - The Role of Lawyers

This panel will discuss the role of lawyers in a variety of settings on managing the governance and risk of AI as well as how leading lawyers have integrated AI in their work and careers. Join Dr. Ifeoma Ajunwa, professor and associate dean, Emory Law School, founding director of the AI and Future of Work Program, and author, The Quantified Worker, Katherine Fick, associate general counsel, privacy and AI, IBM, Karen Buzard, partner in the Markets Innovation Group at Allen & Overy LLP and Madhu Srikumar, Lead for Safety Critical AI, Partnership on AI for a riveting discussion.

Primer on AI Technologies and Definitions

Primer on AI Technologies and Definitions provides judges and law clerks with a foundational understanding of essential AI concepts and terms, highlighting their presence in everyday tools and their emerging application in legal technologies.

A Roundtable on Generative AI: Practical Advice for Attorneys

This engaging session will feature the insights of distinguished participants, including Maura Grossman, Lisa Lifshitz, Brian Beck, Dazza Greenwood, and Karen Silverman, with Cynthia Cwik facilitating the program. The discussion will delve into key topics such as understanding what generative AI is and how it works, exploring use cases for law firms and in-house legal departments, examining the role of generative AI in contracts, establishing policies for law firms regarding its use, and addressing intellectual property-related issues, including the risks associated with generative AI systems for both creators and users. Join us for an informative and insightful roundtable that provides practical advice for navigating the complexities of generative AI in the legal landscape.

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The Impact of Deepfakes on the Justice System

Join us to explore the impact of deepfakes on legal proceedings with Professor Hany Farid, Hon. Paul Grimm (ret.),and Professor Maura R. Grossman, his one-hour session will assist judges and lawyers in comprehending the impact that deepfakes will have on court proceedings and provide resources to address these new challenges.

AI Governance: A Conversation with Miriam Vogel, President and CEO of EqualAI and Chair of the National AI Advisory Committee

Join Miriam Vogel, President and CEO of EqualAI; Chair of the National Artificial Intelligence Advisory Committee (NAIAC); and a Special Advisor to the ABA Task Force on Law and Artificial Intelligence, and Cynthia Cwik, a Vice-Chair of the ABA AI Task Force, discuss key issues regarding AI governance.

How Large Law Firms Are Incorporating AI into Practice

Join us for a discussion on the innovative integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) within large law firms and the unique challenges and ethical dynamics that lawyers should consider when implementing AI.

The Implications for Generative AI on Legal Education - A Conversation with Andrew Perlman

Join Andrew Perlman in a fireside chat with Cynthia Cwik, Vice-Chair of the ABA AI Task Force, as he shares his insights on the Integration of AI in legal training and discusses the Impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on legal education.

ABA Presidential Speaker Series: Artificial Intelligence – The New Frontier

A.I. – The New Frontier: Panel of Special Advisors for the ABA Task Force on Law and Artificial Intelligence” featuring Daniel Ho, Michelle Lee, Trooper Sanders, Miriam Vogel, Seth Waxman and interviewed by Lucy Thomson, Chair, ABA Task Force on Law and Artificial Intelligence.

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.