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An Overview of the Risks of Artificial Intelligence



Approved for 1.0 hour of Substantive CLE by NALA.

Artificial Intelligence is in absolutely everything these days. With the promise of unrivalled benefits, it’s important to also understand the external risks associated with Artificial Intelligence and how to avoid them. We’ll discuss the litigation, compliance, and other rapidly developing trends, as well as external risks, associated with the use of Artificial Intelligence and how to avoid or reduce those risks.
Peter Berk is a skilled advisor, assisting clients to prevent, prepare for, and deal with legal issues and litigation that arise in connection with the use of new and ever changing technology, including Artificial Intelligence.

Peter helps clients navigate the uncertain and turbulent waters of the online, electronic, and technology world. He counsels clients on ways to protect themselves from the ever-present threats in the online jungle through appropriate policies and procedures. Peter steers clients through the potential minefield following internet and technology-related incidents including social media emergencies and data breach catastrophes. When the unthinkable happens, Peter coordinates the client’s response to address the issues quickly, limit risk, and handle any necessary litigation.

Richard Halm guides clients in preparing for, responding to, recovering, and learning from cybersecurity and privacy incidents. With a passion for information security, he also advises businesses on the benefits, risks, and necessary governance structures of new technologies such as Artificial Intelligence. He leverages his breadth of cybersecurity knowledge to negotiate contractual provisions related to cybersecurity and advise clients during regulatory investigations. As a US Army veteran, he blends this vantage point with an ability to bring order and calm to complex and high-stress incidents.

THIS SESSION IS PART OF THE SPRING EDUCATION CONFERENCE: All sessions will be hosted on IPA Connect. The cost of the Spring Education Conference (10 one-hour sessions in total) is $99 for members and $149 for prospective members. Prospective members who wish to join the IPA can do so and attend the Spring Education Conference at the discounted member rate.

Registration and payment on IPA Connect is required (members will need to be logged in to the IPA Connect platform to register at the discounted rate - if you don't remember your password, enter your email address associated with your IPA membership and click to reset your password).

When it is time to join this webinar, you will log into IPA Connect, click on "Events", then on "Conferences", and join the live event on Zoom.

Questions? Contact IPA's Executive Director, Yvonne Kriss, at

Wednesday, April 10, 2024, 1:00 PM until 2:00 PM
Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Yvonne Kriss
815-630-3535 (p)
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