Pierce Atwood patent counsel Tim Fisher joined a panel of lawyers and a UMass Amherst professor of computer science at the recent Boston Municipal Court Fall Conference. The panelists discussed the benefits and risks of leveraging generative AI tools in the practice of law, the implications for the Rules of Professional Conduct, and the future of AI. Tim provided an overview of machine learning models, how they are trained, and how they evolved into the generative AI tools making headlines today.
Organized by the Judicial Institute, the Fall Conference is an educational event for BMC judges and their staff.
Tim Fisher is a patent attorney and electrical engineer specializing in patent prosecution and counseling for clients of all sizes, from startups to established technology leaders.