How AI will change the face of law

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How AI will change the face of law
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are rapidly changing the face of many industries, but how influential will they be in the legal profession, and what issues could arise from AI implementation?

K&L Gates partners Cameron Abbott and Jim Bulling will discuss the future impact of artificial intelligence on the legal profession at the inaugural Legal Tech Summit, coming to Sydney in November.

The session will cover whether lawyers should ever allow AI to make decisions on their behalf, the risks to client confidentiality, whether machines will ever be able to predict the outcomes of court cases and the fairness of AI, and whether its algorithms can be manipulated to be biased.

Registration starts from $300 per person with Super Saver discounts available on registrations made by 25 August. Group discounts are also available for bookings of four or more delegates.

The Legal Tech Summit will be held at The Westin Sydney on 2 November.

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