Presented by the Honorable Paul W. Grimm, United States District Court, District of Maryland and Professor Maura R. Grossman, J.D., Ph.D., School of Computer Science, University of Waterloo, and Osgoode Hall Law School, Ontario, Canada.
In the ever-changing landscape of eDiscovery and modern forms of evidence, understanding cutting-edge topics relating to Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become essential for litigators. Topics to be covered in this presentation will include the fundamentals of artificial intelligence; an understanding of how and why AI is used; what admissibility issues are posed in introducing AI evidence and how to address those issues, as well as a description and analysis of the pertinent rules of evidence and how they apply to AI.
Attendees will be able to pose questions during a half an hour live Q&A with Judge Grimm and Maura R. Grossman after the presentation concludes. We’re integrating the Zoom platform into our livestream programs! Participants will now be able to use the chat box and pose questions to the faculty during the presentation. As our live streams will use Zoom, you will have the same video and audio functions. Please keep your phone or computer muted unless you’re speaking. You may wish to turn off your video camera to allow the attendees to focus on the presenters. Use the chat box to ask questions and include which faculty member you’d like to address the question.
1.5 hours of CLE credit will be offered to the surrounding MCLE states. This program is also approved for 1.5 general credits by the National Federation of Paralegal Associations Inc. (NFPA)