Featured Speakers: Featured speakers include: Jacob Ward, Richard Susskind, Ethan Katsh, Leah Wing, Zev Eigen, Orna Rabinovich-Einy, Ron Dolin, Debi Slate, Robert Bergman, Susan Guthrie, Colin Rule, Noam Ebner, Jacqueline Shafer, Susan Tejuosho, Dan Rainey, Clare Fowler and more.
31 professionals from the fields of Artificial Intelligence, ODR, and mediation convened to discuss the future of the ADR profession, delve into its complexities, and gain insights on how to utilize AI tools in their practice today.
The conference was recorded and will be available for purchase shortly at www.mediateuniversity.com.
The AI and Mediation Conference provided an opportunity for professionals in the two fields to come together to discuss the latest developments in AI and Mediation, as well as the potential applications of AI in the realm of dispute resolution. The conference will feature experts in the fields of AI and online mediation who will discuss the current state of the industry, emerging trends, and the potential applications of AI and Mediation. Attendees will also have the chance to network with other professionals and gain insights into the latest developments in the industry.
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In recent years, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Mediation have become increasingly intertwined. AI is a collection of technologies and algorithms which are used to enable machines to carry out tasks that would otherwise be impossible or too time-consuming for humans to complete. AI technology is being used to automate processes, improve decision-making, and create more efficient and effective methods of solving problems. Mediation, on the other hand, is a process which involves a third-party mediator helping to resolve disputes between two or more parties. AI is being used to help automate the process of mediation and make it more efficient, as well as to improve the accuracy and speed of decision-making. AI is being used to optimize the process of dispute resolution and provide users with more comprehensive insights into their dispute. By combining AI and Mediation, users are able to benefit from the advantages of both and achieve more effective outcomes.
Our Keynote speaker is Jacob Ward. Jacob is an on-air correspondent for NBC News, covering the intersection of technology, human behavior, and social change for Nightly News, The TODAY Show, and MSNBC. He is the former editor-in-chief of Popular Science magazine, and was Al Jazeera’s science and technology correspondent from 2013 to 2018. Ward is a lecturer at the Stanford d.school, and was a 2018-2019 Berggruen Fellow at Stanford University’s Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, where he began writing The Loop: How Technology is Creating a World without Choices and How to Fight Back, out now from from Hachette Book Group. The book explores how artificial intelligence and other decision-shaping technologies will amplify good and bad human instincts. Ward has written for The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, Wired, and many other publications. In addition to hosting documentaries for Nat Geo and Discovery, he’s the host of the landmark four-hour PBS television series, “Hacking Your Mind,” about human decision-making and manipulation.
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We believe this is a vitally important Conference for all mediators to engage with. We hope to model the best practices of our field in convening a powerful, substantive and respectful conversation.