Program Chairs

Monica Goyal

Caravel Law LLP

Max Jarvie

Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP

Artificial intelligence is disrupting and revolutionizing a broad spectrum of industries. While innovation creates the potential for new opportunities, AI has also opened the door to a multitude of novel legal issues, challenges and risks.

Organizations – and their advisors – need to understand what AI actually is, how the technology works, and the legal impact AI is having across practice areas.

Over two full days, a leading faculty of industry and legal experts, will help you decode need-to-know technology and terminology, guide you through the evolving AI regulatory framework in Canada and abroad, and provide practical insights and strategies on how to prepare and comply. You will receive up-to-date knowledge and tools to help you create compliance frameworks and policies to competently manage your business in a changing world.

Can’t make the date? Registration includes 120-day unlimited, online access to the recorded program.

What you’ll learn

Introduction to Artificial Intelligence – what it is and isn’t, understanding the technology and terminology, and different models

Practical applications of AI in businesses

Overview of the AI regulatory landscape in Canada, the US and EU

The impact of AI on privacy law

How to establish compliance frameworks to mitigate risk

The use of AI in the criminal justice process and its impact on evidence

IP issues for AI-generated content

Ethical implications of AI, including access to justice, surveillance, bias and human rights issues

Understanding options for AI insurance and assessing risk

How to develop an AI policy for your business

What’s next for AI and how to best prepare?

Who Should Attend

Lawyers interested or advising on artificial intelligence (AI), technology, privacy, data security, intellectual property law

In-house counsel

Government and regulatory counsel or representatives

Compliance and risk management professionals

Privacy, information, security and technology officers

Professionals in a managerial, executive or director position looking to increase their knowledge of artificial intelligence

Faculty

Program Chair

Monica Goyal

Caravel Law LLP

Max Jarvie

Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP

Instructors

Agenda

Register

Mar 26-27, 2024

$1,795 + TAX

Time

Mar 26-27, 2024
9:00 a.m – 5:00 p.m (ET)

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CPD and Accreditation

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CPD Hours
Format
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Substantive11h
Professionalism2h 15m
Total13h 15m
LawPRO Risk Management CreditYes
Law Society of British Columbiathis program is approved for 12.25 CPD hours with the Law Society of British Columbia.

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