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Artificial Intelligence and Facial Recognition Technology: Part 2
Part one of Artificial Intelligence and Facial Recognition Technology focused on the nature of AI and FRT and possible biases in those technologies, and suggested ethical principles. The focus of this second part will look at how attorneys might argue for or against discovery of AI and FRT in civil and criminal proceedings and considerations that might assist judges in ruling on those arguments.

American Bar Association

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Artificial Intelligence and Facial Recognition Technology: Part 1
Attorneys and judges confront new technologies on a regular basis. Prominent among these are Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Facial Recognition Technology (FRT). These technologies present questions of, among other things, possible biases and transparency that attorney and judges are likely to address during litigation.

American Bar Association

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Deepfake Audios and Videos: What Lawyers Need to Know
Deepfakes can impact our relationship to information and the tools we use to work with it. How will this new horizon impact the trustworthiness of evidence and will the legal profession have the tools needed to test what they see or hear? What are the implications for the Rule of Law and our elections?

American Bar Association

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Metrics, Data, Analysis: How Legal Can Show Value In Advancing The Business - WIPL
While in-house teams continue to grow and examples of General Counsel with increased influence are more prolific, the impact of the legal function can still be muted. Moreover, while there is still plenty of talk of "demonstrating value" - how to clearly articulate value beyond cost reduction remains a challenge. How to use and approach your data and metrics Leveraging your data to provide strategic advice Communicating the value of legal beyond cost reduction Enhance the performance of the legal department.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

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Beyond Artificial Intelligence: The Future of In-House Legal Teams
As AI goes from mythology to reality in legal, how can GCs smartly incorporate it into their legal department strategy?

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

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Proactive Measures to Avoid Potential Data Breaches & Cyber Attacks
Hackers love exploiting weakness. As data breaches increase in frequency and size, corporate legal departments must be armed and ready to proactively tackle these crises and reduce risk and damage to the company.

General Counsel Conference

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How To Overcome Barriers in Your Tech Implementation Journey
Gain practical guidance to help foster a successful legal technology implementation — which will ultimately lead to a more efficient, engaged and data-driven organization.

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The Rise of Atypical Data Types and How to Manage Them More Effectively
This seminar provides an overview of the extent of the problem, plus new approaches to collecting and analyzing this data to make the process more manageable.

Law.com

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How Clients Want Their Providers to Use Data Analytics
Today, organizations have more data at their disposal than ever before. Law departments, law firms and law companies are all sitting on a treasure trove of data that can be used to better assess both the legal problems clients have and the way legal services are provided and priced. Data scientists and legal operations specialists are being hired inside all of these organizations, but there is still a disconnect between what the client is hoping to see from the data and what they are currently getting out of it.

Adopting data analytics tools is a step in the right direction, however, there are still challenges that arise with providing clients with the specific information they want to see.

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