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Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) have come at a time when the world is becoming more complex and interconnected. Many of the advances have had positive impacts, but the surge in AI use worldwide has also caused problems.
The legal services industry—made up of professionals who can make a big impact on the ways AI affects people—is uniquely positioned to help respond to concerns about AI. The industry’s active lawyers, for example, are representing the interests of individuals and companies who market or have been impacted by AI. The industry’s legal technology vendors are improving data-based algorithmic decision systems to help government agencies make better and more transparent decisions. Software companies are creating novel solutions to help law professionals work more efficiently. And law- and policy-makers are passing measures addressing privacy and other stakeholder concerns about AI.
Even so, many others may not fully appreciate what AI is and is not, and what it can and cannot be. If AI’s benefits are to reach all levels of society, its technological underpinnings and legal impacts should be better understood. That is a challenge embraced by this website.
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