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Professors Jennifer Cook and Denitsa Mavrova Heinrich recently published their article, AI-Ready Attorneys: Ethical Obligations and Privacy Considerations in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, in the Kansas Law Review

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AI-Ready Attorneys: Ethical Obligations and Privacy Considerations in the Age of Artificial Intelligence published in the Kansas Law Review, 72 U. Kan. L. Rev. 313 (2024) The article examines both the ethical obligations attorneys face and the privacy considerations they should keep in mind when using AI-assisted legal research and writing tools. The ethical obligations’ […]

Professor Datzov presents his forthcoming article, “Toward Automated Justice,” in Houston, Texas

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Professor Datzov recently presented his work-in-progress article, “Toward Automated Justice”, at the Junior Intellectual Property Scholars’ Workshop hosted by the University of Houston Law Center. Datzov’s project explores the fundamental concerns regarding the implementation of AI into judicial decision-making and administration.  In his article, Professor Datzov explains that while judicial independence is critical to our […]

Professor Blake A. Klinkner publishes new article: “Why Are Artificial Intelligence Chatbots (Presently) So Bad at Legal Research and Writing?”

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Check out Professor Blake A. Klinkner’s most recent article, “Why Are Artificial Intelligence Chatbots (Presently) So Bad at Legal Research and Writing?” In his article, Professor Klinkner explains why artificial intelligence “hallucinates” when it is asked to conduct legal research and writing. Professor Klinkner also addresses professional pitfalls in using artificial intelligence chatbots to engage […]

Professor Blake A. Klinkner interview on Fox News 26 in Houston, Texas

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Professor Blake A. Klinkner was recently interviewed on live TV by Fox News 26 in Houston, Texas to discuss artificial intelligence, deepfakes, and the Taylor Swift deepfakes. (Yes, that really is Professor Klinkner and not a deepfake named “David Blinkner”…Professor Klinkner is used to having his name misspelled). Watch the Interview

The Northern Plains Ethics Institute has invited Professor Blake A. Klinkner to deliver a seminar on “Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Higher Education”

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Professor Klinkner will discuss the ways in which rapidly advancing artificial intelligence will impact the future of higher education and how artificial intelligence will change higher education as early as the college application and admissions process. Professor Klinkner will then address topics including the teaching of artificial intelligence in the higher education curriculum, the training […]

Professor Nick Datzov and 3L Theodore W. Ramage featured on KFYR TV

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Implications Artificial Intelligence platforms can have on law schools By Maiya Fleck Published: Oct. 9, 2023 at 5:36 PM CDT BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) – Artificial intelligence has been evolving rapidly, especially in the last two years with platforms like ChatGPT. Across the country, universities are having discussions about how AI should be used in higher education. Artificial […]

Read Professor Blake A. Klinkner’s most recent article, Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Law Office Data Practices

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In Professor Blake A. Klinkner’s most recent article, Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Law Office Data Practices, he discusses how artificial intelligence will change the ways in which attorneys engage in discovery, project due diligence, document management, and process automation. Read the article

Assistant Professor of Law, Nikola Datzov, recently presented at the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce IP Academic Roundtable

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UND Assistant Professor of Law, Nikola Datzov, recently presented his research project regarding the role of patent eligibility in artificial intelligence innovation at the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce IP Academic Roundtable. Read the full story here LinkedIn Story