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Ethics and Technology: The Application of AI and Disruptive Technology and Compliance

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Ethics and Technology: The Application of AI and Disruptive Technology and Compliance
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Difficult to follow subject material.

The panelists were well informed and interesting.

A PPT to download for the AI portion would be nice to have. The use of hypos during the Disruptive Tech course was a good learning tool.

These are thought provoking topics. The AI topic in particular merits extended treatment and may be worth expanding into a larger, more comprehensive program with several segments relating to different aspects of the issue. With respect to the specifics of the course, it would be good to have both the slides and the video available for reference.

Second presentation (disruptive tech) was more useful than the first. AI lecture seemed to be mostly about AI itself.

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Session 1: Evolving Ethics in the Application of AI As AI application expands, the horizons of this issue do as well. Get a focused perspective on "human-machine teaming," including the ethical issues in this space.
 
Session 2: Ethics on the Edge: Disruptive Technology and Compliance In an age of accelerating change, technology-driven innovation keeps lawyers busy. How do you advise a client when their business model is so disruptive it tests the bounds of existing law? And what are the ethical considerations you must weigh to make sure you don’t violate your own duties as a lawyer while helping your client meet its business objectives?

Includes: Video Audio Paper Slides

  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 1.50 | 1.50 ethics
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 6/30/2023

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1. Evolving Ethics in the Application of AI (Jun 2019)

Ben Herndon

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Evolving Ethics in the Application of AI (Jun 2019)

As AI application expands, the horizons of this issue do as well. Get a focused perspective on "human-machine teaming," including the ethical issues in this space.

Originally presented: May 2019 Technology Law Conference

Ben Herndon, U.S. Dept. of Treasury - Internal Revenue Service - Washington, DC

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2. Ethics on the Edge: Disruptive Technology and Compliance (Jun 2019)

Christopher T. Brown, Courtney Hicks Dickey, Jose Valera

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Ethics on the Edge: Disruptive Technology and Compliance (Jun 2019)

In an age of accelerating change, technology-driven innovation keeps lawyers busy. How do you advise a client when their business model is so disruptive it tests the bounds of existing law? And what are the ethical considerations you must weigh to make sure you don’t violate your own duties as a lawyer while helping your client meet its business objectives?

Originally presented: May 2019 Technology Law Conference

Christopher T. Brown, Attorney at Law, PLLC - Austin, TX
Courtney Hicks Dickey, Dosh Holdings, Inc. - Austin, TX
Jose Valera, moovel North America, LLC - Austin, TX