Artificial Intelligence is quickly becoming part of our digital infrastructure and is increasingly woven into aspects of daily life, including in the practice of law. AI has the potential to impact society in many positive ways. However, there are numerous examples of AI systems and data algorithms that are operating in ways that are harmful, unjust, and discriminatory. How can we ensure that technology tools are informed by societal values? How can we mitigate the harms being caused by these systems?
Through the lens of a technology ethics specialist, join us for the live webinar broadcast or “Artificial Intelligence and the Practice of Law” on January 31, 2023 to explore the essentials of AI ethics and some of the proposed regulatory solutions. Plus, examine what to consider when implementing AI into your law practice.
Artificial Intelligence and the Practice of Law
Date: January 31, 2023 (Webinar)
Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Price: $95 + GST
Presenter: Katrina Ingram, Ethically Aligned AI
Katrina Ingram is the Founder and CEO of Ethically Aligned AI, a company focused on helping organizations to drive better outcomes in the design, development and deployment of AI systems. A seasoned executive, Katrina has over two decades of experience running both not for profit and corporate organizations in the technology and media sectors as well as experience in the public sector. She is a member of IEEE, and volunteers with several AI ethics organizations including Women in AI and Ethics (WAIE), For Humanity and All Tech is Human. She was named to the 100 Brilliant Women in AI Ethics list for 2022. Katrina holds an undergrad in business administration from Simon Fraser University and a master of arts in communications and technology from the University of Alberta. She combines her love of audio and interest in AI as the host of the podcast, AI4Society Dialogues. Katrina is a member of the Calgary Police Services Technology Ethics Committee.