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The Intersection of Ethics and AI

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Date Published

November 19, 2020


Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association


Artificial Intelligence, Ethics


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Artificial intelligence has been a huge boon to the legal profession. But there’s a reason that the experts are talking about “dark AI” crimes (spoiler alert: the most dangerous crimes involve deepfakes) and fretting about the decisions made by “black box” AI.

To be competent, an attorney needs to understand how AI works – and may indeed be required to use AI if it would reduce costs/produce faster, more reliable results, etc. How does an attorney measure the transparency and trustworthiness of AI? How would a lawyer know whether AI technology reflects the biases and prejudices of its developers and trainers, leading to skewed results

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Sharon D. Nelson, Esq.

Sharon D. Nelson, Esq., is the President of Sensei Enterprises, Inc., a nationally-known digital forensics, managed... Read More

John W. Simek

Mr. Simek is the Vice President of Sensei Enterprises, Inc., a nationally-known digital forensics, managed information... Read More

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