AI, law and the legal profession
From chatbots to smart assistants to powerful algorithms, AI is everywhere, bringing with it opportunities and potential benefits, but also ethical and practical concerns. The law is crucial in addressing a technology that has the potential to outpace human development. This podcast examines issues of ethics, liability and applications of AI to the legal profession, as well as the challenges of implementing regulatory frameworks around AI.
Discussing these issues at the IBA Annual Conference in Miami:
- Professor Lyra Jakuleviciene, Dean of the Faculty of Law at Mykolas Romeris University in Vilnius
- Diego Muñoz-Tamayo, Muñoz Tamayo & Asociados in Bogota
- Riccardo Cajola, author of IBA report on the use of AI as a professional tool and an Officer of the IBA Bar Issues Commission and Managing Partner at Cajola & Associati in Milan
- Professor Christian Duve, a tech-focused lawyer at Duve Law, Frankfurt
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