What's Your Ethical Duty Regarding AI? Here's What the ABA Says..

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It’s no secret that Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a part of our lives in many ways today. Whether it’s Netflix suggesting other series and movies for you to watch or Spotify suggesting other songs or any online retailer (“e-tailer”) suggesting items to buy based on your browser history, AI is influencing many of the decisions we make in our daily lives.

AI technology has also certainly extended to the practice of law to improve productivity and client services. But, what is the ethical duty for courts and lawyers regarding the use of AI? And, how should they address that ethical duty in their daily practice, especially when it comes to electronic discovery? Here’s what the American Bar Association (ABA) says regarding the ethics of AI in the practice of law as well as recommendations in how to address them in your own legal and eDiscovery practices.

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