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Webinar Replay: Demystifying ChatGPT: AI Adoption, Litigation, and Ethics

In this Webinar hear from Niki Black for a comprehensive understanding of ChatGPT and Artificial Intelligence, and the best use cases in the legal profession.

In our recent webinar "Demystifying ChatGPT: AI Adoption, Litigation, and Ethics," Niki Black, Attorney, Author, and Director of Education at AffiniPay, shed light on the comprehensive world of ChatGPT, a prominent brand in generative AI. The webinar touched on various topics, including its applications, legal industry adoption, and ethical considerations.

At the heart of the discussion was ChatGPT, a subset of artificial intelligence specializing in generative AI. Niki Black explained how generative AI involves creating new content based on conversational queries, primarily producing text output. She highlighted its potential applications in legal settings, from crafting legal documents to summarizing depositions. Notably, ChatGPT has rapidly evolved providing enhanced complexity in output, while other players like Google Bard and CaseText CoCouncil are making significant strides, emphasizing the industry-wide adoption of generative AI.

Black offered insights into the future of generative AI in the legal sector, predicting widespread adoption across various legal tech products within the next six months. She emphasized the potential benefits, such as making data more accessible and streamlining tasks like document creation, case summaries, trial document analysis, and more.

Key Takeaways:

  1. Rapid Technological Advancements: The exponential growth of generative AI tools like ChatGPT is transforming the legal landscape at an unprecedented pace.

  2. Legal Industry Adoption: Major legal tech players are integrating generative AI into their tools, signaling a significant shift in the way legal professionals approach tasks.

  3. Ethical Considerations: The webinar emphasized the need for legal professionals to adopt generative AI ethically, with tools designed to address confidentiality concerns and reduce hallucinations.

  4. Utilizing AI in Practice: Black reviewed a list of ways Artificial Intelligence can be used in the legal space to help streamline and drive efficient work flow.

As the legal industry embraces the power of generative AI, staying informed and adopting ethical practices will be crucial for lawyers navigating this transformative landscape. Watch the webinar replay and stay up to speed on the latest in legal tech advancements.



About Niki Black

Nicole Black is a Rochester, New York attorney, author, journalist, and Senior Director, SME and External Education, at MyCase legal practice management software and LawPay legal payment processing, AffiniPay companies. She is the nationally-recognized author of "Cloud Computing for Lawyers" (2012) and co-authors "Social Media for Lawyers: The Next Frontier" (2010), both published by the American Bar Association. She also was the co-author of "Criminal Law in New York," a Thomson Reuters treatise. She writes regular columns for Above the Law, ABA Journal, and The Daily Record, has authored hundreds of articles for other publications, and regularly speaks at conferences regarding the intersection of law and emerging technologies. She is an ABA Legal Rebel, and is listed on the Fastcase 50 and ABA LTRC Women in Legal Tech. She can be contacted at

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