The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence

Tuesday, 19 March 2024

Attend and earn 1 CPD hour in Practical Legal Ethics
This program is based on SA legislation

Practical Legal Ethics
2.15pm to 3.15pm The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence

While AI presents great potential, it also raises ethical concerns in its application within the legal profession and beyond.

In this session, we will cover the legal and ethical challenges of AI, including:

  • Use of AI by legal practitioners
  • Ethics of training of AI
  • How AI biases and hallucinations can cross ethical boundaries
  • Privacy implications of using AI
  • Individual responsibility for AI outputs

Presented by Paul Gordon, Partner, Wallmans Lawyers


Mr. Paul Gordon, Partner, Wallmans Lawyers
Paul has a broad commercial skill set, with specialisation in the areas of technology, media law, intellectual property and corporate governance. He is one of Adelaide’s leading experts on social media and privacy law, having been recognised in Doyles Guide for Leading Technology, Media and Telecommunications Lawyers and for Leading Intellectual Property lawyers. Additionally, in 2021, Paul and his Intellectual Property practice were recognised in the pre-eminent national Australasian Lawyer Awards, as 5-Star Intellectual Property Lawyers and Firms. Paul provides advice through the entire lifecycle of a business – from incorporation, establishment and structuring, to contracts and other commercial agreements, competition and consumer law issues and matters regarding online brand management and marketing. His experience extends to commercialisation of new technologies, brand protection, complex trade mark prosecutions and defences, copyright and patent disputes, domain name disputes, defamation, litigation and general commercial advisory services. He has particular interest in corporate governance, assisting organisations across the not for profit, technology, education, agriculture, start up, health and research sectors. Paul also works with wine and beverage clients with brand protection and contract drafting including distribution and export agreements. As a result of his experience, Paul was named amongst Australia’s Best Lawyers in Commercial Law. Paul is a sought after speaker at technology and online law conferences, a guest presenter on radio programs and is an author of various publications discussing the intersection of technology and the law and current trends in social media. In 2013, Paul was named the Young Lawyer of the Year, recognising his professional excellence and contributions to the legal profession and the community at large. Paul is the Managing Director of an online ticketing company, has held a number of board directorships and was also a part owner of a boutique law firm, and as such, has a unique appreciation of issues facing business, and the need for a practical outlook and commercially feasible results.


The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence


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