AI and the Horse

AI and the Horse it Rode in On: eDiscovery Webinars

No “horsing around” in this ACEDS webinar! Come join me and members of the ProSearch and Winston & Strawn teams to learn about artificial intelligence – AI and the horse it rode in on – in 3 weeks!

On Friday, December 9th, join us for the ACEDS webinar AI and the Horse it Rode in On at 1pm ET (noon CT, 10am PT). In this webinar, we will explore data annotation and the wider role of humans in AI from a data science perspective, the impacts to legal technology and legal use cases, and how this all relates to one clever horse. Topics to be addressed include:

  • The Clever Hans Story and its Relation to AI
  • The Myth of AI: Inflated Expectations and Unfounded Concerns
  • The Reality of AI and How its Applied
  • The Myth of the Pretrained Model
  • Applying AI to Legal Use Cases
  • Moving Forward with AI

I’m excited to be presenting with Phil Warther, Data Scientist at ProSearch, Dr. Gina Taranto, Director of Applied Sciences at ProSearch and Bobby Malhotra, Litigation Partner at Winston & Strawn!

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The ability of artificial intelligence systems to derive meaning from text and images has been rapidly improving in recent years. As these machine learning systems become more complicated, so too do the requirements for creating and maintaining them. Register here to join us on December 9th to understand how it works and can be applied to use cases and how “machine” learning started with one clever horse!

So, what do you think? Are you intrigued by a title like “AI and the horse it rode in on”? If so, consider attending the webinar! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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