The Bright and Dark of AI: Open Mic Session

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On Day 2 of the College of Law Practice Management’s October 26-27 Futures Conference in Atlanta, GA, the wisdom of crowds will be showcased with an open mic session. Our featured guest, joining us from London via Skype, will be Joanna Goodman, author of the well-received Robots in Law: How Artificial Intelligence is Transforming Legal Services. One of the most fruitful aspects of the Futures Conference is a chance to float ideas and concepts past your fellow attendees, many of whom are leading authorities in AI and other emerging technologies.

Don’t miss this highly interactive and enlightening session. Register today!

 

Meet Joanna Goodman

Joanna Goodman
Author
Robots in Law: How Artificial Intelligence is Transforming Legal Services
@JoannaMG22 ‏

Joanna Goodman is a UK journalist and author. Her book, “Robots in Law: How Artificial Intelligence is Transforming Legal Services,” published in November 2016, is essential reading for anyone looking to get up to speed on AI in legal services. She is the IT columnist for the Law Society Gazette and writes regular features for The Guardian about cutting-edge technology, brands, and media, and occasional features for The Times business supplements. Her main areas of interest are artificial intelligence, robots and chatbots, virtual assistants, connected devices, driverless cars, and virtual and augmented reality. Joanna has also written several short films and an independent feature film. She has an MBA in strategic management from Kingston University.

2017 Conference Co-Chairs

Sharon Nelson, President, Sensei Enterprises, Inc., @SharonNelsonEsq

Mark Tamminga, Leader, Innovation Initiatives/Partner, Gowling WLG, @gowlingwlg_ca

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Early bird registration pricing ends September 30.  Register online and book your hotel room soon! Use code CLBCLBA to secure the $189/nt. conference rate.

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