THREE PRACTICAL AND IMPACTFUL AI USE CASES: EXPLORING THE IMPLICATIONS OF GENERATIVE AI AND CHATGPT
Jean Yang, Vice President, AI Center of Excellence, Onit
Eric Ortman, Senior Director of Legal Operations, BeiGene
Eric Sedwick, Senior Director, Head of Legal Operations, TIAA
Aaron Van Nice, Vice President, Global Operations-Legal Compliance, RSA and Gov’t Relations, ADM Company
Date: Wednesday, May 17
Time: 10:30 – 11:20 am PDT
By the end of 2023, more than four billion people will interact with AI tools — such as GPT or Google Bard — in search, email, websites, Excel, Word, or other productivity tools that integrate with generative and conversational AI.Historically, massive technological advancements are met with a mixture of fear, derision, hype and utopian predictions. Will this new generation of machine learning based on Large Language Models (LLM) live up to the terror and promise?
Join a panel of today’s most forward-thinking and experienced legal operations leaders as they dissect the implications of generative AI, how to adopt it, and, most importantly, where they believe it will create immediate benefits within the business.
This panel will discuss and debate the value of generative AI for three use cases:
- Auto-generating legal services requests from plain text communications like email.
- Giving voice back to outside counsel invoices through summaries.
- Using AI as a co-pilot to run your playbook in contract reviews and perform extraction from historic agreements.