In 2022, when struggling to get a basic answer from your Alexa, the prospect of an effective AI seemed very distant. By 2023, the ChatGPT AI made headlines by writing poetry, passing human exams, generating computer code and even helping a Colombian judge in deciding a civil claim. With Google and others launching rival AIs, the frequency and range of real-world applications of AI is likely to grow exponentially.
This breakfast briefing drrew on the expertise of an industry specialist, Peter Jackson, and 5 Essex Chambers’s team of information law barristers to discuss ‘what comes next’ as well as the moral, ethical and legal implications of this emerging technology.
Our information law experts and guest speaker considered the future of AI and the implications for the law.
Peter Jackson – Chief Data and Product Officer, Outra
Francesca Whitelaw KC – Barrister, 5 Essex Chambers
Alex Ustych – Barrister, 5 Essex Chambers
John Goss – Barrister, 5 Essex Chambers