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On Demand: Ethical Issues to Consider When Incorporating AI into Your Practice

On Demand: Ethical Issues to Consider When Incorporating AI into Your Practice

January 18th, 2024 | Online

Join us to learn about the ethical issues that surround artificial intelligence, competence when incorporating it into your firm, client confidentiality, and transparency regarding AI use. This program is co-presented by the Technology and Science Section and the AI Task Force, and you will hear from Maura Grossman, an academic giant in the world of law and artificial intelligence.

AAJ is not responsible for accrediting or reporting CLE credits for On-Demand programs. Each attorney is responsible for ensuring their state accepts self-application for self-study CLE credits. FAQs on CLE and Education programs can be found HERE.

This on-demand course contains the webinar recording, full course materials, and agenda from the program as well as a certificate of completion for attendees to use when applying for 85 general minutes of self-study MCLE credit.

Date Session
2:00 - 2:05 PM Welcome and Introductions
2:05 - 3:15 PM
Ethical Issues to Consider When Incorporating AI into Your Practice
  • How to Guard Against Gathering of the Data That You Never Intended to Get Out
  • Competence — Understanding How It Works
  • Responsibility for the use of AI by Attorneys, Paralegals, and Other Staff
  • Office policies; supervision; training
  • Responsibility for the computer-generated assistance itself
  • Maintaining Client Confidentiality and Transparency Regarding AI Systems
Maura Grossman
University of Waterloo
Waterloo, ON, CA
3:15 - 3:30  PM Question and Answer Session
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