Technological advancements have transformed science fiction into reality.
From the ability to use a watch to answer a call to self-driving cars, these innovations are endless. This transformation has been made possible because of artificial intelligence (AI): the ability of a computer to think and reason like its human counterpart.
Many applaud these developments for making activities easier and less time-consuming. However, these advancements raise significant ethical, moral, and legal issues that will take years to resolve.
AI is everywhere.
Its applications support law enforcement, medicine, business, and the practice of law. You’ve been using AI for years, perhaps without realizing it. That Google search you just did on your opposing counsel: AI.
The use of artificial intelligence in law practice is still in its infancy.
This transformation is coming and if your practice does not embrace it, you may be left at a competitive disadvantage. Join Temple University Professor Samuel D. Hodge, Jr., as he explores the advantages and drawbacks to AI in law practice.
- Generative AI (ChatGPT)
- Uses in the Legal Profession
- Specific Applications in the Legal Profession
- Do These Systems Have a Built-In Bias
- Disadvantages and Risks of Artificial Intelligence
- Legal Issues- Liability, Copyright Violations and Confidentiality
- Ethical Considerations
All attendees will receive the course book as a digital download.
Recorded in October 2023.