Artificial intelligence has been attracting significant attention recently, particularly in light of ChatGPT (and similar examples of generative AI).
The next decade will see an exponential increase in the development and use of AI, which will have a profound impact on our professional and personal lives.
In this online Member Meeting, we will hear from one of the leading experts on AI law about what AI is, the risks arising out of its use and how it might impact the world of expert evidence. We will also see ChatGPT in action during the session and hear what it has to say about AI and expert evidence.
Minesh Tanna is a Partner and Global AI Lead at the international law firm, Simmons & Simmons. He is also Chair of The Academy of Experts’ Membership Vetting Committee.
Minesh is widely considered one of the leading AI lawyers in the UK and regularly speaks and write about this topic, as well as advising clients on legal issues relating to AI.
He has previously spoken on behalf of the United Nations about AI and he lectures on AI law at various universities. Minesh is Chair of the Society for Computers and Law (SCL) AI Group.