New report outlines best practices for the use of artificial intelligence in higher education

May 21, 2024

INSIDE HIGHER ED — Artificial intelligence (AI) will reshape student experiences, pedagogy and how people communicate, according to dozens of higher ed and technology experts, sharing opinions in a report released Monday.

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Podcast explores how artificial intelligence will affect the legal profession

May 21, 2024

LAW SCHOOL TOOLBOX — Today we have tech innovator and entrepreneur Kevin Surace with us to talk about how the legal profession is evolving in the age of AI. 

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University of Akron Law conference explores artificial intelligence and intellectual property

May 16, 2024

AKRON LEGAL NEWS — Artificial Intelligence took center stage at both the opening and closing of the 26th Annual University of Akron School of Law Symposium on Intellectual Property Law and Policy, which was held at the school’s student center on March 25.

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Stanford Law professor Margaret Hagan discusses how artificial intelligence can be used to help others

May 15, 2024

LAW360 — Margaret Hagan, a Stanford Law School professor working on tech-driven solutions to problems in the justice system, said she has little doubt that artificial intelligence, and generative AI in particular, may be able to improve outcomes for ordinary people who interact with the courts.

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What lawyers should know about artificial intelligence

May 13, 2024

JDSUPRA — Artificial intelligence, or AI, was the buzzword of 2023. AI has affected almost every aspect of our world.

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USD Knudson Law dean Neil Fulton leads discussion on use of artificial intelligence in the justice system

May 7, 2024

SOUTH DAKOTA SEARCHLIGHT — Artificial intelligence (AI) could mean more efficient legal offices and lower bills for clients – provided human beings use the technology ethically.

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What legal departments should know before implementing generative artificial intelligence into practice

May 6, 2024

WOLTERS KLUWER — Generative AI can be a powerful tool for automating routine yet important tasks, allowing corporate attorneys to focus on more value-added work, like practicing law. 

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Boston College Law Intellectual Property and Technology Forum hosts writers’ symposium

May 2, 2024

BC LAW — The Intellectual Property and Technology Forum (IPTF) marked a significant milestone on April 10 with its inaugural Writers’ Symposium, held in partnership with the Program on Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

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Temple Law professor Duncan Hollis works with the United Nations to protect people against cyber-attacks

April 30, 2024

TEMPLE UNIVERSITY BEASLEY SCHOOL OF LAW — Amid the peak of the COVID-19 outbreak in March 2020, a cyberattack hit the second-biggest hospital in the Czech Republic, compromising the medical care facility’s ability to transfer information between its facility systems and databases. 

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How artificial intelligence could change the legal profession

April 29, 2024

LAWYERS WEEKLY — Ahead of his session at the Corporate Counsel Summit 2024, LexisNexis Asia & Pacific managing director Greg Dickason said he is “excited” about the future of the legal industry as it increasingly adopts AI tools.

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