May 30, 2023
ChatGPT and Generative AI Tools for Legal Consumers: An Introduction and Tutorial
WATCH NOW: Ready to deploy new technologies to simplify your work? Legal tech experts offer guidance in legal prompting and the responsible use of generative AI for law practice.
Discover the power of ChatGPT and generative AI in legal processes. These disruptive technologies will revolutionize the way you work.
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Daniel "Dazza" Greenwood is founder of CIVICS.com, a boutique provider of professional consultancy services for legal technologies, automated transactions, data management and technology strategy. Dazza is also a researcher at MIT Media Lab where he is advancing the field of computational law and building out law.MIT.edu research portfolio. Dazza consults to Fortune 100 companies, architecting and building integrated business, legal and technology cross-boundary networks at industry scale. As an attorney, Dazza served as both in-house and special counsel for technology law, representing corporations and governments. Dazza has testified before the US House, US Senate and other legislatures on electronic transactions law and consults extensively to the public sector, including to NASA, GSA, DHS, the UK Cabinet Office and many other public and private sector organizations and global NGOs.
Olga Mack is a Digital Transformation Executive at LexisNexis, and an award-winning general counsel, operations specialist, and tech startup advisor who encourages lawyers to embrace disruptive technologies that make law more functional and accessible.
A three-time TEDx presenter with an exceptional blend of legal, technological, and business expertise, Olga is one of today's top speakers and thought leaders. Find her latest insights at Above the Law, Forbes, Bloomberg Law, ACC Docket, MIT Computational Law Report, Newsweek, Venture Beat, and her podcast, Notes to My (Legal) Self.
As a Berkeley Law lecturer, a fellow of CodeX, the Stanford Law Center for Legal Informatics, and a fellow of the College of Law Practice Management, Olga is confident the law's future is secure in the hands of innovators.
Olga's numerous awards include the Silicon Valley Women of Influence, ABA Women in Legal Tech, Make Your Mark, Corporate Counsel of the Year, and Women Leaders in Technology Law.
In examining how disruptive technologies impact laws, society, business, and commerce, Olga authored Blockchain Value: Transforming Business Models, Society, and Communities and co-authored Fundamentals of Smart Contract Security. Her next book, Visual IQ for Lawyers (ABA 2023), shows how lawyers can use practical design and visual elements to make law more understandable to all.