I was delighted to have had the opportunity to discuss the challenges and legal issues associated with generative AI at the 2023 World Technology Law Conference in Toronto. I gave the keynote speech which was followed by presentations showing various uses of generative AI by Kritika Bharadwaj (Day Pitney LLP, United States), Matt Hervey (Gowling WLG, United Kingdom), Ideshini Naidoo (Thomson Reuters, Canada), and Stephen Henderson (Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP, Canada).
The ITechLaw Association meeting had two other good sessions on generative AI. One was led by John Buyers. The other featured keynote speaker Eric Salobir, president of the Human Technology Foundation and technology ethics advisor to the Vatican. This was followed by a Q&A moderated by my colleague Charles Morgan.
Artificial intelligence is a transformative technology that is already generating many legal, business and ethical issues. This post provides access to my comprehensive paper that highlights many issues including IP, privacy, liability, contracting and risk management issues. My paper can be accessed at this link. A copy is also shown below.ITechLAW GENERATIVE AI PRESENTATION final