Guide to Navigating AI and Its Ethical Challenges


About This Webinar

Artificial Intelligence (AI) was the word of the year for many in 2023. While AI has been in use in our technology for years, generative AI models such as ChatGPT brought its awareness and use to the mainstream.  Yet, AI raises many ethical concerns that have not been entirely addressed by lawmakers and software developers, namely safety, privacy, inclusivity, and intellectual property. Part of the challenge of AI is that it is created by humans, and, thus, inherently human bias is coded into its system. As AI will undoubtedly continue to grow in use for its ability to increase efficiency and cut both time spent and costs, it is important for lawyers to understand the ethical challenges AI and its uses pose, as well as lawyers’ obligations when using the technology or advising clients using it. 

In this seminar, our expert panelists begin by explaining how artificial intelligence, deep learning and generative AI are. They go on to describe the various kinds of AI and examples of how they are used in our daily lives. The panelists describe the role that humans play in building AI and the benefits it has on the systems that are created. The speakers then outline some of the key risks and ethical concerns of AI, including bias in AI, reliability, and privacy concerns. They cover the elements of AI that can become invasive to our society and the transparency that is required to combat these privacy issues. The panelists discuss the challenges AI poses to intellectual property rights and raise questions about legal ownership of AI generated content. Finally, the panelists highlight the ethical obligations of AI use by attorneys, discussing a case of its misuse.

Topics covered in this webinar:   

  1. What is AI, Deep Learning, and Generative AI? 
  2. Hybrid Technology: Artificial Intelligence and Human Input 
  3. Ethical Concerns of AI Use 


  • Daniel B. Garrie, Esq.
    • Founder, Law & Forensics
    • Neutral, JAMS
    • Faculty, Harvard University
  • Maura R. Grossman
    • Research Professor, University of Waterloo
    • Principal, Maura Grossman Law
  • Karen Silverman
    • CEO and Founder, The Cantellus Group
  • Jenny Cieplak
    • Partner, Latham & Watkins LLP

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