The Capital Grille
1338-46 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA, USA 19107
Overview (Program Summary)
Artificial Intelligence – what you need to know
During this interactive and informative roundtable our discussion will explore:
How AI will impact your team
- introduction to generative AI and its applications to in-house legal teams
- opportunities and challenges, including ensuring accuracy, transparency, lack of bias and ethical considerations
- selecting the right tools and vendors
- what in-house teams can and are doing right now
- future developments in generative AI and impacts on your team over the next 3-5 years
How AI will impact your business
- key considerations when supporting your business in taking AI tools to market
- managing risk and liability when contracting for AI solutions
- considerations when deploying AI tools under existing customer engagements
- regulatory developments including the EU’s AI Act and US laws focused on bias reviews and notification.
The roundtable will be led by:
Graham Richardson: Graham is a Partner of Eversheds Sutherland and Head of Konexo outside the US. Graham is a thought leader in the alternative legal services market and is responsible for the development and delivery of Konexo’ s strategy. He has worked with over 100 in house legal teams all over the world including IATA, ADP, Rolls Royce and T-Mobile in the US.
Mary Jane Wilson-Bilik: MJ is a technology and privacy regulatory Partner at Eversheds Sutherland based in Washington DC. She serves as head of the firm’s US artificial intelligence practice. MJ advises financial services clients on privacy and regulatory issues surrounding innovative technologies. Her recent focus has been to assist clients develop robust risk management frameworks and vendor management programs for their Ai initiatives, including drafting generative AI policies, monitoring for bias and model drift, and implementing effective governance measures.
Simon Lightman: Simon is a Partner in Eversheds Sutherlands’ Technology team and advises on a wide range of commercial, technology and data transactions. His specialisms include the restructuring and renegotiation of legacy outsourcing arrangements and advising on complex outsourcing deals and procurements, software licensing, cloud and other “as a service” technology and technology enabled arrangements. Increasingly, Simon’s practice involves advising clients on contracting for new and disruptive technologies including robotic process automation and artificial intelligence.