Ethics and Explainability of AI Algorithms in Legal Use Cases

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Doug Austin, Dr. Maura R. Grossman, Tom O'Connor & Mary Mack

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We all use AI and machine-learning algorithms in our daily lives, including for various legal use cases. But do we understand how those algorithms work? Are they explainable, and do they need to be? Are they trained to be fair and unbiased? Do we know how they are used to track information about us (even without our knowledge or consent)? Do we, as legal professionals, understand current and emerging ethical rules, guidelines, and other regulations for using them? This webinar will discuss key considerations for using AI and machine-learning algorithms in legal use cases, and how to address them. Topics will include: + AI Legal Use Cases Over the Years + Acceptance of AI and Machine Learning in the Legal Community + The Challenge of Bias in AI Algorithms + Use of AI Algorithms in Criminal Law + Privacy Considerations and AI + Using AI in the Practice of Law + Questions to Ask Vendors About Their AI Products Join industry experts: Doug Austin, Editor, eDiscovery Today Mary Mack, CEO and Chief Legal Technologist, EDRM Dr. Maura R. Grossman, Research Professor, University of Waterloo, Canada and eDiscovery Lawyer/Consultant/Expert/Special Master Tom O’Connor, Director, Gulf Legal Technology Center
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