"Too many CEOs tell a simple story about the future of work: if a machine can do what you do, your job will be automated. They envision everyone from doctors to soldiers rendered superfluous by ever-more-powerful AI. They offer stark alternatives: make robots or be replaced by them. Another story is possible. In virtually every walk of life, robotic systems can make labor more valuable, not less." Such says the promo for Frank Pasquale's new book about the future of work and the age if AI that is about to be published by Havard University Press in October 2020.
At this event, Frank Pasquale will present his book and engage in a discussion about what it means for the future legal industry and those who are going to work in it. To participate in that discussion we have invited Niels Christian Ellegaard who authored the book Robots entering the legal profession last year.