Karen Randall to Deliver Presentation on AI at NJSBA’s Annual Conference

Atlantic City, NJ
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Karen Painter Randall, Chair of Connell Foley LLP’s Cybersecurity, Data Privacy and Incident Response Group, will lead a panel on the law related to artificial intelligence (AI) on May 15 at the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Annual Conference at the Borgata Hotel in Atlantic City.

During her presentation, Karen will address:

  • The implications of AI and ChatGPT, including intellectual property considerations, algorithmic biases, privacy risks, and the possibility that the use of ChatGPT could result in a party’s waiver of a confidentiality privilege;
  • Tactics for mitigating the risks posed by AI, ChatGPT and deepfakes;
  • The laws and regulations addressing AI in the United States, China, and the European Union; and
  • Predictions for the use of ChatGPT.

Karen’s co-panelists will include Harry Halikias, Sr. Director of Global Information Security at Sony Music Publishing; Cristina Dolan, a senior lecturer at Columbia University, and litigation attorney Phillip Lamparello.

Session attendees will earn 1.8 New Jersey Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits, 1.5 New York CLE credits, or 1.5 substantive Pennsylvania CLE credits.

For more information and to register, visit the official website for the NJSBA’s 2024 Annual Meeting and Convention.

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