To discuss the development of ChatGPT, its impact, and the future of generative AI, the AI Governance Virtual Symposium Series is pleased to host OpenAI Chief Strategy Officer Jason Kwon in a webinar panel discussion with expert faculty on Thursday, February 15.
In recent decades, technology has reshaped every aspect of modern life, evolving more rapidly than law and policy. Located just steps from the U.S. Capitol, the Tech Institute’s mission is to close the gaps between law, policy, and technology and to advance justice, inclusion, and accountability at this critical intersection.
The Tech Institute is a hub for policymakers, academics, advocates, and technologists to study and discuss how to center humans and the social good, using technology as a tool. We train the next generation of lawyers and lawmakers with deep expertise in technology law and policy and provide non-partisan insights to policymakers on issues relating to new and emerging technologies. With the leading academic program for law and technology in the United States, we also foster interdisciplinary approaches to solving complex technology law and policy problems. The Tech Institute also identifies and creates opportunities for technology to improve access to justice.
Artificial intelligence has captured the imagination of average netizens and sophisticated technologists alike. While AI and generative AI already have several popular use cases across industries, their use and/or disuse in the legal profession raises important questions about how this new class of technologies will affect the law and the profession itself. The Georgetown Law Technology Review‘s biennial symposium, entitled Artificial Lawyering — Law in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, seeks to answer these questions through an interdisciplinary approach of legal academics, government technologists, practitioners, philosophers, librarians, and media experts.
Law students joined thought leaders from government, the judiciary, academia, and private practice for this timely gathering on the Georgetown Law campus in Washington, D.C. Laws and policy surrounding the protection of trade secrets are changing as technology evolves. In this first-of-its-kind event at Georgetown, intellectual property experts discussed how generative AI is transforming the trade secret landscape, the role of non-competes, protecting against leaks of confidential information, the impact of China’s emerging trade secret protection landscape on global commerce, and the future of trade secrets in the U.S. and abroad.