Celesq® Attorneys Ed Center

Synthetic Reality & Deep Fakes: What's Next and What it Means for the Future of Work

Program Number: 30241

Program Date: 10/13/2020

Description

The presenters propose a tangible perspective on AI, one where the proliferation of Deep Fakes and the ability to leverage this technology may challenge standards for information dissemination, communication and our most basic assumptions of reality—where once seeing was believing. These inauthentic intrusions not only impact our society generally, and our political system and growing divisions more specifically, but also spill into our workplaces in a way that forces employers to grapple with the often-inevitable effects. Employers will need to adjust to this new reality and understand the means of minimizing the potentially negative impact, including the utilization of data analytics to protect companies and their workforces from exploitative uses of false information.

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California, Colorado Eligible, Florida, Georgia, New Jersey Eligible, New York, Texas Self Study

Credit Information

50 minute credit hour - 1.0 General CLE credit, based on a 50-minute credit hour
60 minute credit hour - 1.0 General CLE credit, based on a 60-minute credit hour

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Presenters


Michael Chinchester, Jr., Esq.

Littler Mendelson P.C.

Michael A. Chichester represents employers in labor and employment relations and employment litigation defense of all types, including:

• Employment discrimination
• Harassment
• Retaliation
• Disability discrimination
• Wrongful termination

Appearing in state and federal courts, he most frequently works with retailers, utilities, healthcare providers, transportation companies, and professional corporations and has particular experience defending clients in claims involving:

• Title VII
• The Americans with Disabilities Act
• The Age Discrimination in Employment Act
• The Family and Medical Leave Act
• The Elliot Larsen Civil Rights Act
• The Michigan Persons with Disabilities Civil Rights Act
• The Michigan Whistleblower's Protection Act
• The Michigan Wages and Fringe Benefits Act
• The Michigan Medical Marijuana Act

Michael has a deep interest on the impact of advanced technology on the workforce and is co-chair of Littler’s Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Automation practice group.

Prior to joining Littler Mendelson, Michael worked as an associate at a mid-size Detroit law firm, where his practice primarily consisted of representing employees in labor and employment matters. In law school, he was managing editor of the University of Detroit Mercy Law Review.

 

Aaron Crews, Esq.

Littler Mendelson P.C.

As Littler's first chief data analytics officer, Aaron D. Crews brings an extensive background focused on the intersection of technology, business and the law. Aaron manages the operations of Littler’s data analytics practice and leads the development and implementation of technology-based solutions that provide value to the firm and its clients. He also uses data analytics tools to facilitate process improvements and efficiencies and assist in protocols for the secure handling of data. He also has extensive experience conducting pay equity audits for all types of employers, from start-ups to Fortune 50 companies, and helped develop the Littler Pay Equity Assessment™, including counseling employers on a broad range of state and federal issues related to pay equity, from compliance, to updating policies and job descriptions, to training managers and recruiters, and more. Aaron previously served as one of the firm's e-discovery counsel. In that capacity, he assisted with developing strategies for efficient and effective data harvesting, review and production, and implementing cost-shifting and cost-reduction strategies.

 

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