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E56 - Navigating Legal Complexities in AI and Creativity with Will Charlesworth Creatives With AI

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Will Charlesworth is a media and technology lawyer, Partner at Keystone Law and member of the Artificial Intelligence All Party Parliamentary Group, who discusses the legal considerations around AI and its impact on the creative industry.
Takeaways
Processing data with AI requires understanding and compliance with data protection laws.AI is being used in the legal sector for tasks like document review, contract analysis, legal research, and predictive analytics.Human oversight and interpretation are still important in the legal field, as AI cannot replace soft skills and certain decision-making processes.The ethical implications of AI and biases need to be carefully considered and managed. Retrieval augmented generation involves using AI tools to retrieve information from specialised AI systems.AI audits are important to assess the impact and compliance of AI systems.The All-Party Parliamentary Group on AI (APPG AI) fosters a dialogue between policymakers, industry experts, and academics to inform legislation and promote ethical AI use.
Links relevant to this episode:
Thomson Reuters launches generative AI-powered solutions to transform how legal professionals work | Thomson ReutersDoctors Vs. ChatGPT: Which Is More Empathetic?Artificial Intelligence APPGWill Charlesworth - Partner - Keystone Law
Thanks for listening, and stay curious!
//david
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Will Charlesworth is a media and technology lawyer, Partner at Keystone Law and member of the Artificial Intelligence All Party Parliamentary Group, who discusses the legal considerations around AI and its impact on the creative industry.
Takeaways
Processing data with AI requires understanding and compliance with data protection laws.AI is being used in the legal sector for tasks like document review, contract analysis, legal research, and predictive analytics.Human oversight and interpretation are still important in the legal field, as AI cannot replace soft skills and certain decision-making processes.The ethical implications of AI and biases need to be carefully considered and managed. Retrieval augmented generation involves using AI tools to retrieve information from specialised AI systems.AI audits are important to assess the impact and compliance of AI systems.The All-Party Parliamentary Group on AI (APPG AI) fosters a dialogue between policymakers, industry experts, and academics to inform legislation and promote ethical AI use.
Links relevant to this episode:
Thomson Reuters launches generative AI-powered solutions to transform how legal professionals work | Thomson ReutersDoctors Vs. ChatGPT: Which Is More Empathetic?Artificial Intelligence APPGWill Charlesworth - Partner - Keystone Law
Thanks for listening, and stay curious!
//david
--
Tools we use and recommend:
Riverside FM - Our remote recording platform
Music Radio Creative - Our voiceover and audio engineering partner
Podcastpage - Podcast website hosting where we got started

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