Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Legal Profession

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Legal Profession
2.5 NY Credits: 2 Ethics; 0.5 Skills Transitional and Non-transitional; 2.5 NJ Credits: 2 Ethics; 0.5 General

Program Co-sponsor: NYCLA’s Judicial Section and NYCLA’s Law and Technology Committee

Faculty: Hon. Judith Gische, Appellate Division, First Dept.; Joseph Bambara, UCNY, Inc., Co-chair NYCLA’s Law and Technology Committee; Sarah Jo Hamilton, Scalise and Hamilton LLP

Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) applications seem to be in use everywhere, transforming vital aspects of the economy, our society, and even the courts and the way we practice law. Algorithms and other AI applications influence what we see, hear, and often think. Yet adopting AI also raises ethical and legal risks for those sectors of the community using it.

Our panel of experts will discuss how Ai is impacting our lives now and in the future, as well as examine how the technology will interact with, challenge and shape law and society moving forward, focusing on such areas as:

• Ai and the practice of law

• Ai and the impact on the courts

• Ai and its application to the criminal justice system

• Ai and bias, transparency and accountability

,,,, And MORE!!!!!

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5/2/2019 6:00 PM - 5/2/2019 8:20 PM
14 Vesey St 2nd Floor Auditorium New York 10007

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