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Why You Should Attend
From the Internet of Things, to machine learning, to lightening-speed data transfer and communication across the globe, the technology sector is changing around us almost as fast as an instant message travels to its recipient. We are moving from the information age into the artificial intelligence age and the landscape of nascent technologies and services that support this shift calls for a reevaluation of the relevant legal framework and understanding of the unique risks associated with and ethical considerations raised by this new frontier. If you work at or counsel a technology company or any other company that creates or works with data storage or sharing technologies or services or artificial intelligence offerings to support or enhance business methods – which probably means most companies today – this course will teach you about the legal risks associated with these technologies and services, best practices and how to anticipate and mitigate relevant risks.
What You Will Learn
- Hear current best practices in protecting and exploiting data to ensure compliance with law
- Understand ethical considerations in data-centric business models in the connected, autonomous realm
- Discover effective management strategies for strategic mergers and acquisitions, including due diligence focused on artificial intelligence, data and the Internet of Things
- Investigate product liability issues in the age of machine learning
- Find out tips for mitigation of unique legal risks and challenges presented by artificial intelligence
- Earn one hour of Ethics credit
Who Should Attend
This program is geared to those who are responsible for counseling clients on intellectual property, privacy, product liability and rights and obligations regarding the exploitation and protection of data. The course will benefit intellectual property, privacy, litigation and corporate counsel focused on developing or implementing policies to mitigate risks associated with the exploitation of data, artificial intelligence and related products and services. This program will be particularly valuable for in-house counsel involved with: (i) training and how to educate various teams on privacy compliance; (ii) assessment of data collection, sharing and retention practices; (iii) evaluation of inbound data flows; (iv) managing IT security; and (v) building teams within organizations to focus on key privacy and data protection matters.