LawTech Talks: Implications of AI moving forward
In this special episode of LawTech Talks, produced in partnership with Unisearch, we explore what has been learnt from the advent of generative artificial intelligence over the past year, what it means for practitioners, and how best to respond to the evolving landscape.
Host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by Sparke Helmore Lawyers partner Dalvin Chien and UNSW senior lecturer and Unisearch expert Dr Sebastian Sequoiah-Grayson to discuss the “biggest socio-technological leap forward” since the internet, the perfect storm that has emerged in the post-pandemic age, the rate of uptake and acceptance of generative AI from the legal profession and key takeaways from its advent, and the practical challenges that are emerging as a result.
The guests also dive into whether we will see a standardised global response to the regulation of AI, how to regulate technology more broadly, what might constitute best practice for lawyers on the ground at this critical juncture, the reinforcement of principles for optimal client service delivery, and how the role of the lawyer will continue to evolve in the near future.
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