Artificial Intelligence is beginning to transform the legal profession in many ways. This webcast will focus on the practical side of AI, starting with a quick overview of how it is used today in the legal industry and the opportunities that are on the horizon.
For over 25 years, Thomson Reuters has been building machine-learning-powered solutions for the legal domain and has many lessons to share and answers to your questions. No discussion about AI and Machine Learning is complete without a discussion of bias, transparency and explain-ability.
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|David Curle, Director of Technology & Innovation Platform
David supports Thomson Reuters’ businesses with research and thought leadership about the legal technology and innovation ecosystem, and the changing legal services industry.
Prior to joining Thomson Reuters in 2013, he led coverage of the global legal information market for the research and analysis firm Outsell, Inc., tracking industry performance and trends. He is a regular contributor to the Legal Executive Institute blog and speaker at legal industry events. He has a JD from the University of Minnesota Law School and a BA in History from Lawrence University.
|Khalid Al-Kofahi, VP of Research & Development
Khalid is a scientist and a technology executive who is passionate about exploring how AI and machine learning can transform knowledge work, focusing on how professionals find information, how they interact with information-based applications, in the context of a task, and how they ultimately make decisions. As head of Thomson Reuters’ Center for AI and Cognitive Computing, he and his team of scientists, engineers and designers perform applied research and design custom algorithms to deliver AI-powered capabilities and services to Thomson Reuters customers. Khalid’s research interests include search & recommender systems, natural language processing and analytics. Khalid is a regular speaker on all things AI – focusing on the practical considerations of building AI powered solutions.
Khalid has a Ph.D. from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA, M.S. from Rochester Institute of Technology, USA, both in Computer Engineering and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Jordan University of Science and Technology, Jordan.