Recorded on March 23th, 2022
On March 23nd (ET), in collaboration with BakerHostetler, FRONTEO hosted a free webinar on “Ethics, AI, and the World – Ethical Considerations associated with AI and the Practice of Law".
James A. Sherer（Baker Hostetler）
James co-leads the Emerging Technology team of BakerHostetler’s Digital Assets and Data Management group while directing the firm’s Artificial Intelligence and Information Governance engagements. His work spans litigation, transactions and regulatory enforcement while helping clients confront discovery management process issues; enterprise risk management; records and information governance; data privacy, security and bank secrecy; artificial intelligence and algorithmic transparency; technology integration issues; and related merger and acquisition, asset purchase and divestiture diligence.
In this webinar, an attorney with experience in Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) and AI’s intersection with the practice of law will introduce the topic, discuss various types of artificial intelligence, and cover various world-wide ethical considerations and enforcement issues associated with the issue.
The lecture begins with an introduction to AI and related technologies, including a definition of Machine Learning (“ML”) AI algorithms for attorney understanding, a discussion of different types of Algorithms and the Dimensionality Reduction Algorithm in particular, and various AI Paradigms.
The discussion continues with proposed international AI legal and/or ethical frameworks, with considerations of proposed legal and/or ethical frameworks applicable to AI, AI data ethics principles and examples generally, and various ethical frameworks and legislation that include the Future of Life Institute – Asilomar AI Principles; the IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous and Intelligent Systems; the OECD Recommendation of the Council on AI; ABA Resolution 112 on the Usage of AI; the FTC – Aiming for Truth, Fairness, and Equity proposals; and the Chinese Personal Information Protection Law.
Finally, the lecture touches on AI Regulatory Enforcement Considerations by reviewing caselaw, enforcement actions, contracting, and IP considerations related to AI, including FTC enforcement of Section 5 of the FTC Act, FCRA, and ECOA against users and developers of unfair or biased algorithms. as well as EU data protection authorities.
Law firm information
BakerHostetler, one of the nation’s largest law firms, represents clients around the globe. With offices coast to coast, our more than 1,000 attorneys litigate cases and resolve disputes that potentially threaten clients’ competitiveness, navigate the laws and regulations that shape the global economy, and help clients develop and close deals that fuel their strategic growth.
We have six core practice groups: Business, Digital Assets and Data Management, Intellectual Property, Labor and Employment, Litigation, and Tax. Within these groups are several large specialty practices, including antitrust, bankruptcy, healthcare, energy, middle market mergers and acquisitions, complex commercial litigation, data privacy and security, patent prosecution and international tax. Our attorneys have broad knowledge and experience in many industries, including energy, media, manufacturing, healthcare, financial services and insurance, consumer products, and hospitality.