In a special guest feature of Inside Big Data, Julia Brickell, H5's Executive Managing Director and General Counsel, discusses the possible collision course of the legal profession with artificial intelligence, given AI’s massive potential to disrupt the practice of law and its extraordinary growth.
Lawyers have an ethical obligation to keep abreast of benefits and risks of technology and the complexities of AI have really upped the ante, presenting ethical issues for lawyers (and the rest of us) that few could have contemplated. Check out some recent thought leadership, and take a quick little AI quiz.
Nicolas Economou of H5 moderates a panel of AI/human rights thinkers at an event sponsored by United Nations University, held June 22, 2018 at the International Peace Institute on the topic of: "Why Should We Design and Deploy Human-Compatible AI?"
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).
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.
H5 CEO Nicolas Economou is interviewed by Scientific American to provide insight into the tricky questions that arise about liability and accountability when people and artificially intelligent machines interact.
Editor at Large Penny Crosman of The American Banker interviews Nicolas Economou, CEO of H5 and Senior Advisor to the AI Initiative of The Future Society at Harvard Kennedy School, on the risks, benefits and ethical concerns related to the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Nicolas Economou, CEO of H5 and Senior Advisor to the AI Initiative of The Future Society at Harvard Kennedy School, was honored to chair committee at groundbreaking roundtable event at the World's First International Forum on Global Governance of AI.
H5 has announced that the company will exhibit at the 2018 Legaltech® Tradeshow in New York and will also present a panel discussion entitled “From Courtroom to Conference Room: Legal Ethics in the Age of Artificial Intelligence.” Read more about it!
Join our distinguished panel on Feb. 1 at 1PM for “From Courtroom to Conference Room: Legal Ethics in the Age of AI,” co-presented by The Future Society and moderated by Arthur R. Miller. Complimentary pass and CLE ethics credit available. (Drop by Booth 426 for a demo of H5 Matter Intelligence!)