• AI in Contracting: Insights with Alex Hamilton

    17 JUN. 2024 · Alex Hamilton created Radiant Law in 2009 to challenge the legal industry in two key ways: - To disrupt the time-honored business model of hourly charging - To reverse the tendency to make contracts unnecessarily complex He also wrote the book "Sign Here" (https://www.radiantlaw.com/book), where he explains how he accomplished these goals. In this episode, we dive deep into the current utilization of AI in the contracting process and explore the key additions in the second edition of his book. Alex emphasizes the importance of focusing on relationships rather than just the contract itself and highlights the need for a repeatable contracting process, automation, and continuous improvement. He shares how he was able to achieve this in his company. We discuss how AI is being used in the contracting process for tasks like extracting information from contracts and reviewing the other party's paper. We debate how to balance AI and traditional contracting methods and the role of behavior in contracting. Alex shares a three-step process for improving contracting: making the process repeatable, adding automation, and continuous improvement. Finally, we talk about the future of contracting with AI, focusing on simplifying processes, reducing negotiations, and creating more value for all parties involved. Main takeaways: - AI can help simplify routine work and explore innovative ideas but isn’t a panacea. - Building relationships is more important than aggressive arguments over contract clauses. - Companies should focus on the basics of contract management and encourage AI experimentation. - The future of contracting lies in simplifying processes and creating more value. Timestamps: - 00:00 Introduction and Background of Alex Hamilton - 00:50 Current Utilization of AI in the Contracting Process - 07:10 Balancing AI and Traditional Contracting Methods - 15:05 Implementing AI in the Contracting Process Don’t miss this insightful conversation on the role of AI in the legal contracting landscape. Subscribe to MondAI BAIgel for more discussions on AI and law, and leave your comments below!
    22m 14s
  • DSA & AI. Understanding the Digital Services Act with Philipp Koehler

    10 JUN. 2024 · Join us in this insightful episode of the MondAI Bagel Podcast as we dive into the complexities of the European Digital Services Act (DSA) with expert Philipp Koehler, a partner at Taylor Wessing and a distinguished member of the ITechLaw Association. In today’s discussion, we unpack the introduction to the DSA, exploring its scope and the main rules that have started shaping the digital landscape across Europe since February 2024. Philipp provides insights into the technical, organizational, and human resource efforts necessary for implementing the DSA's requirements effectively. We also compare the DSA with the AI Act, discussing how these complementary regulatory frameworks are pivotal in setting harmonized rules for a safe, predictable, and trusted online environment. Learn about the roles and responsibilities of providers under both the DSA and AI Act and how these regulations influence one another. Additionally, Philipp shares practical examples of AI in practice, demonstrating how automated means are being utilized to meet the stringent requirements of the DSA. Tune in to gain a deeper understanding of how the European Union is regulating the digital market and AI technologies, ensuring enhanced safety and compliance. Subscribe to MondAI Bagel Podcast for more insightful discussions on AI and law. Engage with us in the comments, and don’t forget to like and subscribe for more updates!
    22m 10s
  • Navigating AI & IP Law in the US with Joachim Steinberg

    5 JUN. 2024 · Welcome to another intriguing episode of MondAI BAIgel, where we delve into the complex intersection of artificial intelligence and intellectual property law in the United States. Join me and my guest, Joachim Steinberg, a seasoned counsel at Crowell & Moring LLP, as we explore the nuances of IP law in the context of AI technologies. In this episode, we discuss: - The concept of fair use in both a theoretical and practical light, dissecting how it applies to the rapidly evolving landscape of AI. - Joachim’s firsthand experiences from the frontlines, dealing with cases where IP owners challenge the use of their content by large language models (LLMs). - Insights into the real-world application of US law and how it shapes the technology sector. Whether you're a legal professional, a tech enthusiast, or someone curious about how AI is reshaping legal boundaries, this discussion is tailored for you. Dive deep into the challenges and opportunities presented by AI in the legal realm and gain expert insights from someone directly involved in high-profile IP cases. Don't forget to like, subscribe, and hit the notification bell to stay updated with more discussions like this!
    15m 39s
  • AI Policy and Corporate Strategy: an expert dialogue with James Gatto

    3 JUN. 2024 · Join us on this insightful episode of our podcast where we sit down with James Gatto, AI and Blockchain & Fintech Team Leader at Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, and Adjunct Professor in the field of Artificial Intelligence at University of Mississippi School of Law. We tackle the essential topic of why companies need to develop and implement AI policies, the risks of not having them, key elements that should be included, and the policy preparation process. We also compare AI regulatory frameworks in the US and Europe and discuss their implications for multinational companies. Additionally, we'll delve into effective implementation and enforcement of these policies. For more insights, check out Jim’s blog at https://www.ailawandpolicy.com. Subscribe to stay updated on the latest discussions!
    21m 34s
  • Breaking New Ground: Javier Rodriguez del Valle on Spanish AI Sandbox - the First in the EU

    31 MAY. 2024 · Join us on the next episode of MondAI BAIgel as we delve into the pioneering world of Spain's regulatory sandboxes with Javier Rodriguez del Valle, an innovative attorney from Augusta Abogados. Discover how Spain became the first country to establish a regulatory sandbox, setting precedents even before the final text of the AI Act was adopted. In this enlightening discussion, Javier shares insights into the formation, challenges, and impacts of these regulatory frameworks designed to foster innovation while ensuring compliance and safety in technology deployment. Whether you're a legal professional, technologist, or simply interested in the intersection of law and technology, this episode offers valuable perspectives on navigating regulatory landscapes in an era of rapid technological advancement. Tune in to gain a deeper understanding of how regulatory sandboxes can drive innovation responsibly and what lessons other countries might draw from Spain's experience.
    14m 1s
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    Beyond Intuition: The Real Impact of AI on Law with Prof. Daniel Schwarcz

    29 MAY. 2024 · Join us in a riveting MondAI bAIgel episode as we delve into "Lawyering in the Age of Artificial Intelligence" - article of Prof. Daniel Schwarcz, a leading figure in legal scholarship. This discussion illuminates the transformative impact of AI on legal practice, based on groundbreaking research that assesses GPT-4's influence on law students' legal tasks. Prof. Schwarcz shares compelling findings: a nuanced improvement in the quality of legal analysis, significant reductions in task completion times, and heightened work satisfaction among students utilizing AI. Despite modest average quality enhancements, the greatest benefit was observed in lower-skilled participants, suggesting an equalizing effect across abilities. Moreover, the study anticipates the future role of AI in law to be even more significant, considering the evolution of specialized AI tools, the potential for enhanced training, and technological advancements. This episode not only offers a glimpse into the immediate benefits of AI in legal education and practice but also proposes a forward-looking perspective on its role in reshaping the legal profession.  https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=4626276
    15m 17s
  • AI Act Uncovered: Kai Zenner Reveals EU's Tech Law Battles & Future Plans!

    27 MAY. 2024 · It was recorded in November 2023 🌟 In this groundbreaking episode of our series, we bring you an exclusive insider's view into the heart of European digital policy with Kai Zenner, Head of Office and Digital Policy Adviser for MEP Axel Voss.  Join us as we unravel the complexities of the ongoing AI Act trilogue in the EU. 🇪🇺🤖 🔑 Key discussion points include: - The intricate process of negotiations in the AI Act trilogue. - Identifying the major bottlenecks and contentious topics lacking consensus. - Is generative AI a hotly debated topic? Kai shares his insights. - Assessing the chances of the AI Act being adopted early next year – what does the timeline look like? This episode is a first for us, bringing you the most current and up-to-date insights into this crucial legislative process. 🗺️ But that's not all. Kai also introduces us to his comprehensive map of EU acts in the digital world. He sheds light on the challenges of interpreting and applying these complex regulations and discusses potential approaches to navigate this intricate legal landscape. 🔍 If you’re interested in the future of AI regulation, digital policy, and the legislative path the EU is charting in this rapidly evolving field, this episode is an absolute must-watch! 👀 Stay tuned, subscribe, and join us for a deep dive into the future of AI governance in the EU – where policy meets practice. 
    14m 54s
  • AI in the Courtroom: Damien Riehl on Robots as Judges and the Future of IP Law

    24 ABR. 2024 · In this compelling second part of our discussion with Damien Riehl — lawyer, speaker, technologist, futurist, and musician — we delve deeper into the transformative intersection of law and technology. Damien shares his insights on the controversial idea of robots replacing judges and the implications for the justice system. He emphasizes the adage, "justice delayed is justice denied," discussing how AI could both alleviate and complicate this issue. We then explore the complex world of intellectual property as it intersects with generative AI technologies. Damien elaborates on why AI tools are currently not infringing IP rights in the United States, providing a nuanced understanding of the legal landscape. The conversation also covers the ongoing dispute between the New York Times and OpenAI, analyzing the potential outcomes and their broader implications for media and AI. Highlighting his innovative approach to copyright and creativity, Damien discusses his TED talk, viewed almost 2 million times, where he describes his groundbreaking project of open-sourcing all existing and possible melodies. He also teases a new project aimed at doing the same with patent claims, promising to revolutionize how we think about intellectual property in the age of AI.
    15m 26s
  • Humanity vs. Drudgery: Damien Riehl on Elevating Law with AI - part 1

    17 ABR. 2024 · Dive into the captivating world of AI's intersection with the legal profession in the first part of our special two-part episode with Damien Riehl, a lawyer, speaker, technologist, futurist, and musician. Damien brings a unique perspective to the evolving role of AI in law, comparing the capabilities and roles of lawyers with those in the medical field, highlighting what LLMs cannot do that humans excel at. This episode delves into the concept of AI agents and their potential impact on the legal world, discussing why these advanced tools have not yet become commonplace in legal practices. Damien articulates a compelling vision of the future where the legal profession moves away from the drudgery of billable hours to focus on the essence of lawyering — strategic thinking and humanity. This shift emphasizes that it's our humanity that sets us apart from machines; clients seek out lawyers not just for legal solutions but for a shared human experience and wisdom. Furthermore, Damien explores how Jevons' paradox might play out in legal services. As AI reduces the unit cost of legal tasks, it paradoxically leads to an increase in demand for legal services, allowing more people to access legal help and lawyers to potentially engage with a broader array of issues without reducing their earnings. Join us for this insightful exploration of how AI is reshaping the legal landscape, urging a shift towards more meaningful and impactful legal practice. Subscribe to Monday Bagel for more enlightening discussions that bridge technology and humanity, and stay tuned for the second part of our conversation with Damien Riehl, where we continue to uncover the deep impacts of AI on professional fields.
    15m 37s
  • Crossing Boundaries: Stanislav Ivanov on AI's Impact on Services and Society

    9 ABR. 2024 · Next MondAI Bagel Episode: The Intersection of AI in Hospitality and Legal Worlds with Stanislav Ivanov In this enlightening episode of MondAI Bagel, we go into the fascinating world where artificial intelligence meets hospitality and the legal sector with our distinguished guest, Stanislav Ivanov. A renowned Professor in Tourism Economics at Varna University of Management and Director of Zangador Research Institute, Stan brings a wealth of knowledge from his extensive research and publications in robonomics, robotics, AI, and service automation within the tourism industry. Join us as we explore: 1. The application of AI in the hospitality business and its parallels to the legal profession. 2. The impact of AI on the labor market in service industries, including the legal field. 3. A deep dive into the rights of robots, featuring insights from Stanislav Ivanov and David J. Gunkel, a previous guest on MondAI Bagel, renowned for his work on the subject. Stanislav Ivanov's expertise extends beyond academia; he is actively involved in the tourism industry, offering trainings and conducting research that bridges theoretical knowledge with practical applications. His contributions to the European Journal of Tourism Research and ROBONOMICS highlight the evolving relationship between technology and economic practices. Don't miss this episode as we navigate the intersections of AI across different sectors, uncovering the potential and challenges that lie ahead. Stay tuned for a conversation that promises to broaden your understanding of AI's role in shaping the future of hospitality and legal services. 👉 Subscribe to our channel and hit the bell icon to stay updated on this and future episodes of MondAI Bagel. Let's continue exploring the transformative power of AI together!
    20m 31s

Discover the future of law with Michal Jackowski, a professor of law and practicing attorney. Join him for engaging short talks featuring inspiring guests from the world of academia and...

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Discover the future of law with Michal Jackowski, a professor of law and practicing attorney. Join him for engaging short talks featuring inspiring guests from the world of academia and legal practice as they discuss the transformative impact of AI on the legal industry. Tune in to stay informed about the cutting-edge developments shaping the business of law.
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