On December 14, 2023, Martin Tully will moderate The Sedona Conference Working Group 1 (WG1) Virtual Town Hall meeting, “Generative AI and eDiscovery: What May the Future (or Present) Hold?”  Considering the recent and increasing embrace of generative artificial intelligence in the legal field, panelists will discuss the impact of generative AI on eDiscovery.  Panelists are Ross Gotler (Paul Weiss), Sandra Metallo-Barragan (Proskauer Rose LLP), Dr. Jeremy Pickens (Redgrave Data), Hon. Xavier Rodriguez (U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas), and Amy E. Sellars (CBRE).  Topics include how generative AI differs from other AI and machine-learning tools used in eDiscovery, potential uses of generative AI in the eDiscovery process, perspectives on acceptance and use of generative AI by clients, courts, and practitioners, and ethics and risk considerations around the use of generative AI.

Participation is limited to active Sedona Working Group members.  There is no cost for attendance, but advance registration is required. 

Additional event and registration information is available here.