The legal services sector worldwide is facing a digital transformation. The arrival of new data-driven technologies encouraged by automation and developments in artificial intelligence (AI) is promising significant disruption to long-established practices and will open the doors to ancillary revenue streams.
The Learning Path has five (5) modules which enables you and your organization to create an AI holistic strategy to drive long-lasting business impact.
The pathway to using AI is not fast and requires digital transformation and a continuous approach and culture change all before any benefit is realized. Your AI initiatives start with an understanding of holistic AI strategy.
Law firms must build their capacity and capabilities to understand and appropriately adopt AI technology. This understanding starts with AI literacy including, data and the readiness of algorithms for legal practice, AI design life cycle, risk assessment, auditing. clinical processes. This module is devoted to how appropriately use data science and AI products and services, IEEE P7003 Algorithm Bias Consideration standards, and introduction to AI, machine learning (ML) data mining. topics include: supervised & unsupervised learning, reinforcement learning AI/ML workflow covering model building, auditing framework, stakeholder analysis framework, risk management assessment, and auditing.
When implementing cutting edge technology, such as AI and machine learning, organizational culture can be a leading factor to the success and failure of AI implementations. A successful AI strategy must consider cultural issues as well as business issues. Becoming an AI-ready organization requires a fundamental transformation in how you do things, how employees relate to each other, what skills they have, and what processes and principles guide your behaviors.
Governments are the primary enablers of technology and market stimulators and regulators of general activities in our society. The consequences of (AI) in government are wide and important. The characteristics of these technologies will have an influence on almost everything in public organizations, from social implications linked to concepts like public trust, transparency, or accountability. This module focuses on a conceptual framework for thinking about governance and responsible AI.
Ongoing advancements in AI guarantee to disrupt the very foundations of how legal service is conducted and delivered. AI and law join hands to make creative applications to automate repetitive lawful procedures. With the help of natural language processing, the present infusion of AI in law can aid experts in streamlining the legal processes, analyze agreements rapidly, discover any flaws or imperfection in an agreement. This module is devoted to legal technology, and natural language processing (NLP) implementation to support on legal services. The United Nations recognized Code Explorers for designing, developing, and deployment NPL applications.
Instructor-led program delivered by Abel Pena-Fernandez an AI advisor, IEEE Senior Member.
Twenty (20) hours total per Industry path - 2 - 3 hours per week
$2448.00 per Industry Path per person - Five (5) Learning Path Modules