This webcast aired on June 8, 2023.
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Government agencies, corporations, and their counsel are creating and implementing compliance programs that can track a wide range of corporate conduct. This developing area of the law lends itself naturally to AI-based technology solutions that are guided by legal counsel. Yet, we must ask: Will AI become a reality given the fact general counsel are not using those tools broadly?
Our panel of experts will discuss the technological, legal, and ethical issues that surround this emerging technology and whether AI will become a solution that can effectively address compliance issues.
Three takeaways from this discussion:
- How AI is being deployed by companies to address their compliance needs and the future state of play
- How lawyers get comfortable with this technology and the type of training they need
- The larger implications for companies using AI to track behavior
Ilan Sherr, Executive Director of Aiscension and a Legal Director – DLA Piper
Laura Kibbe, Deputy General Counsel and Global Head of Operations – Unisys
Allison Dunham, Senior Director of Advanced Analytics – Epiq
Erin Toomey (Moderator), Vice President and the Managing Director, Leader of Global Investigations Practice Group – Epiq
Daniel Crane, Richard W. Pogue Professor of Law – University of Michigan Law School; Counsel – Paul Weiss