“Hype vs. Reality: Is Everything AI Now?”

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Artificial intelligence has caught fire in the media. 2016 was a breakout year for AI and 2017 continues the trend, with law firm after law firm outright adopting AI or experimenting with it, particularly among the larger firms.

In the 2017 Futures Conference session “Hype vs. Reality: Is Everything AI Now,” Chris Boyd, Andy Daws and Michael Mills will help to separate hype from reality in this intense look at what is AI and what is not AI.

Space is limited, so register now for the 2017 Futures Conference, October 26-27,  in Atlanta. Visit the 2017 Futures Conference page to view the agenda, download the conference brochure and learn more about the conference and the impressive line-up of speakers.

Meet the Session Faculty

Chris BoydChris Boyd
Leader, Attorney Recruitment, KM and Professional Development
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
@wilsonsonsini

Chris is the senior director of professional services at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, where he leads the firm’s attorney recruiting, knowledge management, and professional development programs. These programs help the firm recruit, develop, and retain the best attorneys for its clients and culture, and provide these attorneys with the tools they need to deliver maximum value to clients. Chris previously was a corporate associate at the firm, where he represented private and public technology and life science companies and handled numerous initial public offerings, venture financings, and acquisitions. Chris left the practice of law in 1997 and led knowledge management programs at several companies before returning to the firm in 2001.

Andy DawsAndy Daws
Chief Customer Officer
Kim Technologies
@KimTechnologies

Andy is the Chief Customer Officer for Kim Technologies. He is an experienced leader, innovator and change agent with sixteen years’ experience in the U.S. and European legal industries, seeking to integrate the often-disparate worlds of business, technology and law. His experience ranges from leading a digital transformation team for the gov.uk portal (12 million unique visitors per day), heading-up the North American office of Riverview Law, cofounding an award-winning Artificial Intelligence start-up, and currently continuing to explore the art-of-the-possible with emerging technologies as Chief Customer Officer at Kim Technologies. A frequent speaker and writer on innovation and disruption at some of the world’s leading universities and business schools, Andy also acts as Entrepreneur Mentor for the University of Miami’s “LawWithoutWalls” program, and is an Adjunct Member of the International Practice Committee at the NYC Bar.

Michael MillsMichael Mills
Co-Founder & Chief Strategy Officer
Neota Logic Inc.
@NeotaLogic

Michael is the co-founder and chief strategy officer of Neota Logic Inc., developers of the Neota Logic System—practical artificial intelligence for law and business, a no-code platform for automation of knowledge, processes, and documents. He attended the University of Chicago Law School, then served as law clerk to a United States District Judge. Mr. Mills was a partner in the law firm Mayer Brown. At Davis Polk & Wardwell, he led technology strategy, business development, knowledge management, professional development, practice support, and electronic discovery. At Kraft & Kennedy, he served as a technology consultant to law firms and law departments. He is a director of Pro Bono Net, which provides innovative technology for the nonprofit legal sector, and was a co-founder of the Central Park Conservancy.

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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