Everyone is talking about generative AI these days. Here’s a webinar where we’ll discuss generative AI in corporate legal departments!
On Thursday, September 14th, Corporate Counsel Business Journal (CCBJ) will host the webinar Adopting Generative AI Technologies in Corporate Legal Departments: Benefits, Risks, Use Cases, and Getting Started (available here) at 1pm ET (noon CT, 10am PT) and sponsored by eDiscovery Today! Join our expert panelists as they discuss the possibilities and pitfalls of adopting generative AI technologies within corporate legal departments. Topics include:
- Benefits of Generative AI in Corporate Legal Departments
- Risks and Challenges Associated With Generative AI
- Current and Emerging Use Cases for Corporate Legal Departments
- Next Steps and Considerations for Getting Started
I’m excited to be presenting this webinar with two professionals with considerable experience in addressing legal technology challenges, including those in the corporate arena: eDiscovery and Legal Technology Expert TracyAnn Eggen and Joy Holley, Legal Operations Consultant at Vertex Advisors LLC! We will certainly have no problem generating an interesting and informative discussion about the use of generative AI technologies! 😉
Let’s face it, everyone is talking about AI these days, especially generative AI with the explosion in popularity of ChatGPT and other genAI chatbots – it’s the “elephant in the room” that corporate legal departments can no longer ignore. But when and how should corporate legal departments consider using genAI technology? What potential benefits can it provide and what are the risks and challenges associated with it? And what are the considerations for getting started? Join us here on Thursday, September 14th and find out answers to these and other questions related to generative AI and considerations for applying it within your own legal departments!
So, what do you think? Are you looking to gain a better understanding of generative AI? If so, attend the webinar on September 14th! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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