Frontiers in Law and Technology Series, 'Generative AI for Lawyers: An Introduction'
On Friday, September 15, from 12-1 p.m., we will host the first installment of our Frontiers in Law and Technology Series, Generative AI for Lawyers: An Introduction. Alumni and friends are invited to join us virtually to learn about the impact of generative artificial intelligence (AI). With the release of ChatGPT in late 2022, people across the globe have been talking about the impact of AI on all professions, including the legal profession. Featured speakers Shawn Bayern, FSU Law’s Larry & Joyce Beltz professor and associate dean for technology, and Katya Fisher, a lawyer and executive vice chairman of Constructor Group, will explore the technology behind generative AI, including how lawyers might use generative AI in their practice and what kinds of promises and risks the new technology poses. The event will be moderated by Aaron Voloj Dessauer, who is joining FSU Law as executive director of our new Institute of Law, Technology & Innovation. Please visit our website to learn more and register to attend this timely discussion. Generative AI for Lawyers: An Introduction is the first of several sessions we will host this year as part of our Frontiers in Law and Technology Series.