In this HPE enterprise.nxt piece by Grant Gross, "Will privacy rights symie AI?", H5's Nicolas Economou weighs in on the impact of GDPR on AI and beyond as concern over the right to privacy challenges the evolution of technology.
In this Daily Journal article, H5's Julie Brickell discusses ISO's recently released Standard 27050-3, Code of practice for eDiscovery, which describes a systematic approach to the discovery process.
While today's law students may be more comfortable with technology than their predecessors, their legal futures would be a lot brighter if their law schools were, too. Learn more about how law schools fare when it comes to including technology and innovation in their offerings.
At the recent IMF/World Bank Spring Meetings—specifically, the IMF’s New Economy Forum—Nicolas Economou, H5 CEO, was interviewed by Ana C. Rold of the Diplomatic Courier on the governance of AI and the framework by which societies should delegate decisions to machines as the digital future unfolds.
At the IMF New Economy Forum, H5 CEO Nicolas Economou was interviewed by Ana C. Rold (Diplomatic Courier) on AI governance and the framework by which societies should delegate decisions to machines as the digital future unfolds. (Also see Resources>Video).
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Artificial intelligence (AI) is the new headline-grabbing buzzword these days as we come to appreciate the extent to which it has permeated our daily lives—not just in conversation—but in reality. We've been using AI for a while in the legal community, without calling it that. If we do, will it matter?
H5 and The Future Society present "From Courtroom to Conference Room: Legal Ethics in the Age of Artificial Intelligence" at Legaltech 2018. Panelists: Hon. Joy Flowers Conti, Nicolas Economou, Anthony Davis, Esq., Amy Mushahwar, Esq. Julia Brickell, Esq.
In this article by Art Keller (Technoskeptic.com) discussing a recent whitepaper on the malicious use of artificial intelligence, H5's Nicolas Economou addresses the need for societal representation on every level in creating a governance framework for AI.
A roundtable, including H5's Julia Brickell, in this month's Law Journal Newsletter's Cybersecurity Law & Strategy, discussing how the volume and complexity of data, the availability of AI for review, heightened concerns about privacy and security are shaping the evolution of e-discovery.