Navigating Generative AI: Three Big Takeaways for In-House Legal Teams
By Carolyn Buonomo
Legaltech News reports AI insights and strategies culled from Axiom’s “Higher Bar” Webinar
Isha Marathe, Legal Tech Reporter at ALM’s Legaltech News, covered Axiom’s recent Higher Bar webinar, "AI & Data Privacy: Emerging Trends for In-House Counsel." She zeroed in on three ways in-house counsel are exploring use cases for generative AI:
- Legal departments are using generative AI to help eliminate bottlenecks, and AI chatbots to take on mundane tasks such as reviewing nondisclosure agreements (NDAs).
- Allowing the entire department to experiment with open source and private generative AI tools, emphasizing focusing on nonlegal work to familiarize teams with the technology.
- Keeping compliance in mind by ensuring AI policies address practical criteria, technical education, cybersecurity, and ethical frameworks.
The webinar features Jo Ann Davaris, Chief Privacy Officer at Booking Holdings, and was hosted by Zach Abramowitz, Founder & Legal Startup Investor with Killer Whale Strategies.
There’s lots more to learn in the webcast! Get the full story by watching the webinar on-demand now.
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