AI and Your Clients: How Artificial Intelligence Affects the People You Serve

Aimed at legal and pol­i­cy pro­fes­sion­als with non-tech­ni­cal back­grounds, this course will help you under­stand how AI already inter­sects with the every­day life of your clients and com­mu­ni­ty — and how you can best pro­tect them — as you exam­ine spe­cif­ic case stud­ies that demon­strate how AI is now an ever-present back­ground fac­tor in divorce and fam­i­ly mat­ters, employ­ment, civ­il rights infringe­ments, gov­ern­ment ser­vices, con­sumer con­tracts, home secu­ri­ty, health­care, edu­ca­tion, and much more.
Course at a glance

This course was developed through the Digital Law & Innovation Society, hosted by the University of Alberta Faculty of Extension, and funded with support from AI4Society, a Signature Area of the University of Alberta.

This course has no prerequisites

Students from all educational backgrounds welcome. You can register for this course without applying and enrolling in a program.

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