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30th MAY 2023

FOUR SEASONS 

SYDNEY 

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WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This event has been exclusively produced to address the function and capacity of the following position from the legal profession - law firms, legal counsel and the corporate sector:

Technology is moving at a fast pace and the development of Artificial Intelligence has progressed at warp speed. The introduction of bots like Chat GPT and its competitors like Bard and others have had an overwhelming uptake from users and this is just the tip of the iceberg.

 

What are the implications for the legal industry and what does this all mean to law firms. There are those that say:

Adaption is key and to look at these technology disruptions as an evolutionary opportunity rather than something to be feared.

Others like Matthew Sag, a law professor at Emory University who studies copyright implications for training and using large language models like ChatGPT, declares that:

"An infinite number of monkeys will eventually give you Shakespeare"

• CIO’s , COO’s , CTO’s

• IT Directors

• CFO’s & Finance Directors

• Head of Innovation

• Legal Partners - Technology

• Risk Managers

• Head of IT Security

• All those who have a role in the technology side of a law firm or legal department

TOPICS OF EXPLORATION

2030: The Future of Technology  & the legal industry

The Future of Technology and the Legal Industry is a cutting edge event for everyone involved with the legal sector. It will bring together leading experts to talk about this fast pacing field that is changing and adapting faster than we can keep up.

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  • The Future is closer that you think.. Trends that will change the legal profession over 3 horizons; 3 years, 1 year and tomorrow

  • 2030: Generative AI, ChatGPT and the Metaverse  - Perspectives from a Futurist

  • The new digital giants? ChatGPT, Bard, Harvey and Co-Counsel

  • Can Artificial Intelligence be harnessed for growth or is it a hinderance

    • What duties do lawyers have when clients ask them to use and review AI output?

    • AI and the elephant in the room of bias and ethics

    • How will the data AI is trained on be verified?.. by lawyers, researchers, legal digest services or software engineers?

  • The Legal Implications of artificial intelligence

  • The metaverse and its possibilities for the legal industry

  • What's next .. looking at the potential of 'new' new tech

Keynote Highlight

Eric Hunter

Global Futurist, Head of Innovation Futures, Chief Technology Innovation Officer

Bradford & Barthel, LLP (USA)

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Our Esteemed Speakers

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Nick Abrahams

Global Co-leader Digital Transformation

Norton Rose Fulbright

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Lisa Fitzgerald

Partner - Digital Economy
Lander & Rogers

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Toby Walsh
Chief Scientist - AI Institute 

UNSW

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Natasha Blycha

Managing Director 

Stirling & Rose

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Dr Fahimeh Abedi
Research Fellow-Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Digital Ethics (CAIDE) UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE

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Angela Kim 

Head of Insights, Reporting and Data Analytics

AIA & HEAD | WOMEN IN AI

Our Partners

INNOVATION PARTNER

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SILVER PARTNER

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Supporting Organisation 

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VENUE

Four Seasons Sydney

 Level 1, Gallery Room

199 George St, The Rocks NSW 2000

(02) 9250 3100

FIVE-STAR VIEWS FROM THE HARBOUR’S EDGE

Location doesn’t get any better than this: Iconic Sydney Harbor sits at the doorstep of our award-winning Central Business District Hotel, with historic The Rocks and Circular Quay right next door. 

Four Seasons will offer 10% discount off the best available rate. Please call reservations (02)9250 3100 and mention the event. 

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