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Generative AI and Judges: How Are They Getting Along?

Generative AI and Judges: How Are They Getting Along?

Presented by Practising Law Institute

CLE Webinar Credit: CLE Credit Available

Generative AI and Judges: How Are They Getting Along?

Join JAMS neutral, Hon. James "Jay" C. Francis IV (Ret.) for this Practising Law Institute webinar, where he will examine current developments and issues in generative artificial intelligence.

Generative artificial intelligence ("GAI") burst into the public mind in the fall of 2022. Since then, it has gone mainstream and is a constant feature of articles and speculation about its future. Unsurprisingly - and inevitably - GAI will become a "feature" of civil litigation, either as an element of a claim or defense or a subject of discovery. Courts have already begun to address GAI in various contexts, including its use as a research tool. This Briefing will look at GAI as a means of conducting legal research. The Briefing will also examine how courts have dealt or may deal with GAI and what litigation might arise from GAI.

  • GAI and legal research - what can and should it be asked to do (15 minutes)
  • Consequences of "hallucinations" created by GAI (15 minutes)
  • GAI-related obligations imposed by courts (15 minutes)
  • What causes of action GAI might give rise to (15 minutes)

Featured Panelists:

  • Hon. Bernice Bouie Donald (Retired) | United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
  • Ronald J. Hedges | Ronald J. Hedges LLC
  • Kenneth J. Withers | The Sedona Conference

Featured People

Hon. James
  • Business and Commercial
  • Civil Rights
  • Class Action & Mass Tort
  • Employment Law
  • Federal Law
  • Financial Markets
  • Higher Education & Title IX
  • Intellectual Property
  • Life Sciences
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