Recorded Version – qualifies for 2.0 hours, all of which qualify for Ethics
Artificial Intelligence is quickly being woven into all aspects of our digital infrastructure and is impacting a wide range of domains including the practice of law. Some of these impacts are beneficial. However, there are also numerous examples of AI systems that are creating harmful, unjust and discriminatory outcomes. How can we ensure the AI tools, especially ones used in high-stakes domains like legal work, are trustworthy and informed by societal values? This workshop provides an introduction to the topic of AI ethics. We’ll illustrate some of the core ethical concerns raised by modern AI systems, including generative AI/ChatGPT, using Ethically Aligned AI’s Data, Models and People Framework. Attendees will gain a better understanding of how modern AI actually works including the role of data in machine learning models. There will also be an opportunity for attendees to apply their learning through the exploration of relevant case studies.
Presenter: Katrina Ingram. Ethically Aligned AI, Edmonton. https://www.lawsociety.sk.ca/wp-content/uploads/Presenter-Profile-CPD-369-Katrina-Ingram.pdf
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