Guide to Artificial Intelligence: Understanding the Technology and the Regulatory Developments 

· May 17, 2023
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Artificial intelligence seemed like a foreign and distant future to many only a few years ago. Yet in 2023, with the AI chatbot ChatGPT reaching 100 million users only two months after it launched, the prominence of AI now seems unavoidable and imminent. Taking a closer look, many will be surprised to find that it is already ubiquitous in many industries, and that the automation of legal and text-based professions is already starting. AI is a growing area of opportunity, legal concern, and regulatory focus: 

  • Lawyers will find this seminar an essential tool for enhancing their practice in questions of privacy, bias, and intellectual property, among others, and best advising their clients. 
  • Technology professionals and executives developing these AI technologies or looking to implement them in their workstreams will find this guide on the regulatory landscape helpful for steering their practices and risk management. 

In this CLE seminar, our expert panelists begin by giving an overview of the technical aspects of artificial intelligence that attorneys should understand. Next, they discuss the uses of artificial intelligence and its legal implications, including its role across significant industries, focusing on recent developments and the legal sector. Our speakers continue the conversation by discussing recent regulatory developments for AI focusing on emerging state, federal, and international regulations, frameworks, and guidelines for key issues. The expert panelists then discuss broader legal and systemic considerations that the adoption of AI is provoking, concluding with a discussion of where we can expect the AI legal and regulatory landscape to go in 2023 and beyond. 

Topics covered in this webinar:    

  1. Artificial Intelligence 101  
  1. Uses of Artificial Intelligence and Legal Implication 
  1. Regulatory Developments for AI 
  1. Additional Legal Considerations with the Adoption of AI 


Daniel B. Garrie, Esq. – Founder, Law & Forensics; Neutral, JAMS; Faculty, Harvard
Karen Silverman – CEO and Founder, The Cantellus Group
Ryan Abbott – Mediator and Arbitrator, JAMS

Rachel Dooley – Interim Global Managing Counsel, McKinsey & Company
David Stanton – Litigation Partner, Information Law & Electronic Discovery Team Leader, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP

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