3-Hour Program

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Organizations, both private and public, are faced with opportunities to incorporate and use new technologies on a regular basis, including artificial intelligence, geolocation data and other means of tracking consumers, and collecting data for marketing purposes. Each of these technologies bring benefits and risks to the organization and give rise to obligations to evaluate, monitor, and report on what the technology does or can do. New technologies must be evaluated both prior to, and after, adoption. Doing so requires an understanding of what a technology can and cannot do and the legal and regulatory obligations that might be imposed on the adopting organization. This program will examine some of the risks and benefits as well as the potential legal and regulatory consequences that companies should be aware of when they select and implement new technologies.

What You Will Learn:

At the completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand how to evaluate risks and benefits of new technologies
  • Appreciate regulatory obligations that might be triggered by new technologies
  • Recognize when and how to audit or evaluate a new technology
  • Understand the consequences should a new technology “fail” to comply with laws or regulatory requirements
  • Appreciate ethical obligations of attorneys who deal with new technologies

Program Level: Overview

Prerequisites: An interest in understanding how to evaluate the risks and benefits of new technologies.

Advanced Preparation: None

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