Artificial Intelligence and the Practice of Law: It’s Not Coming—It’s Here!
(LIVE IN PERSON)
Date and Time: Friday, September 6, 2019, 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Location: HSBA Main Conference Room, 1100 Alakea Street, 10th Floor
Credit: This seminar qualifies for 1 CLE Credit.
$35 HSBA Members (LIVE)
$45 Non-HSBA Member (LIVE)
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been making headlines for transforming many industries across the globe - from education to retail to healthcare. The legal industry is no exception, but there are many misconceptions about what exactly AI is. This session will talk about how AI is currently being used in the legal sector, what the potential ethical risks are of implementing AI in your practice, and how it may impact the legal industry in the future.
This presentation will cover:
1. What is Machine learning & Al and how it's being used across industries
2. How Machine learning is currently being used in the legal profession including:
- Sales & marketing
- Law practice management
- Legal research, due diligence, contract review, predicting legal outcomes
3. Ethical considerations of implementing Al in your practice
4. The future of Al in law
Chenise K. Iwamasa, Esq. | Ziva Law LLLC
Chenise K. Iwamasa is the Principal Attorney at Ziva Law LLLC, where she specializes in commercial lease transactions. She founded Ziva Law LLLC with a vision of developing a micro-niche practice of representing commercial tenants with retail, restaurant, office, and industrial leases because she is passionate about helping small and mid-sized businesses thrive in Hawaii. Chenise is a legal tech enthusiast, who embraces systems and technology to improve efficiency, consistency, client service, and access to justice.
Trisha Mahoney | Machine Learning & AI Tech Evangelist at IBM
Trisha Mahoney is a Machine Learning & AI Technical Evangelist at IBM. Trisha has spent the last 9 years working in Bay Area tech firms doing product management/marketing roles in AI & Cloud at (IBM, Salesforce, Cisco and Smiths Group). Prior to that, Trisha spent 8 years working as a data scientist and engineer. She holds a bachelors in Electrical Engineering degree and an MBA in Technology Management.
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