The Oct. 24 AI Ethics Lecture series will bring together an esteemed panel of experts to examine specific access to justice shortcomings, the state of Generative AI tools, and the pros and cons of more widespread use of Generative AI in connection with legal counseling.
On Oct. 24, join Silicon Flatirons, the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Collegiate Program at Colorado Law, and the Colorado Access to Justice Commission for the second return of the AI Ethics Lecture Series, held in Wolf Law’s Wittemyer Courtroom, with a livestream option available for those unable to attend in person. The event, “ChatGPT Should be Admitted to Practice Law in Colorado. Talk Amongst Yourselves,” explores whether Generative AI tools should be embraced as part of the solution to access to justice woes.
Joseph Schieffer, CEO of A2J Tech, will be a speaker at this event.