LawNet Annual Conference - 11th November 2016
Artificial intelligence, cognitive computing and big data sound like they have come straight out of a science fiction movie. Yet some pioneering law firms are already using these tools to shape the way their firms operate, creating new kinds of legal services and business processes.
This year’s LawNet annual conference will explore the opportunities these technological innovations might bring to the profession and help firms prepare for the challenges associated with managing transformative change.
Global futurist, Rohit Talwar. Rohit helps clients understand how mega trends, emerging ideas, new business models, and disruptive developments in science and technology could impact individuals, society, business, industries and government. He currently leads studies on transformative drivers of change for the next decade, science and technology developments over the next forty years, and impacts of emerging technologies on the legal sector among others.
Brian Kuhn, IBM Watson. At the forefront of AI technology development, IBM Watson is the first commercially available cognitive computing capability and has been used as the basis for a number of legal based applications to date. Based in Chicago, Brian leads the development of Watson for Legal globally.
We will also be joined by Jim Lawless one of Europe’s leading motivational speakers and is the only authority on Change and Personal Development to have put his life on the line to prove his theories.
Heythrop Park Resort is a unique and luxury venue set in 440 acres of stunning Oxfordshire countryside.
Dating back to 1710 this quintessential English country estate seamlessly combines elegance with style and boasts two individual hotels: the elegant Heythrop Park Hotel and the stylish Crowne Plaza Hotel. The resort also offers a championship 18 hole standard golf course, health club & spa together with state of the art conference facilities.