Are the robot judges coming?!
How are recent advances in artificial intelligence tools having an impact in the work of courts in the US and abroad?
These developments promise improved efficiency and the potential to enhance access to justice, both at individual and systemic levels, but with that potential comes a measure of risk and uncertainty.
Sarah Cravens, Visiting Professor of Law, and Joshua Fairfield, William D. Bain Family Professor of Law, will explore the upsides and ask whether existing ethics rules are sufficient to cover the issues raised by current use of generative AI by judges (and lawyers) in U.S. courts. They will also discuss what lawyers should know about how judges incorporate AI themselves, what they expect from lawyers, and what is on the horizon.
Thursday, February 15, 2024
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Lewis Hall, Moot Court Room
Join us in person or watch via the livestream link.