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Croissants and Conversations: Innovation and AI in ADR: A Look to the Future


Croissants and Conversations: Innovation and AI in ADR: A Look to the Future

Presented by JAMS

CLE Credit: 1.0 CLE NY & CA

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The next 10 years will bring tremendous change across all businesses and industries. What will be the immediate impacts of artificial intelligence (AI) on ADR processes, are these impacts inevitable, and at what cost to the process? Some believe that AI will help to democratize dispute resolution and expand access, particularly in low value cases that may not justify a neutral’s involvement. Even for larger value cases, some parties may prefer AI involvement based on perceptions that an AI is more disinterested, objective, or fairer. On the other hand, AI may also increase bias, disparate treatment, and disenfranchisement from the justice system. This program will explore these issues, as well as examples in which AI has been applied successfully, and not-so-successfully, to a range of disputes. What will emerge is a better understanding of the influence and impact of AI. We cannot pause the use and adoption of AI in ADR, but we can be part of its development and integration into all systems.

Featured Speakers: 

  • Ryan Abbott, International Arbitrator and Mediator, JAMS – London
  • Tom Grogan, Head of MDRxTECH, Mischon de Reya - London

Additional speakers to be confirmed

Featured People

Ryan  Abbott, M.D., Esq., FCIArb
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  • Higher Education & Title IX
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