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Making Money Podcast #511: Exploring AI Tools Beyond ChatGPT for Dispute Resolution Professionals

In this episode of the Make Money Mediating podcast, host Susan Guthrie discusses her top three artificial intelligence (AI) tools for dispute resolution professionals that aren’t ChatGPT. The first tool highlighted is Calendar Hero, an AI-driven scheduling platform that automates finding suitable meeting times for multiple participants. Susan also introduces Descrybe AI, a generative AI legal search engine for accessible legal research. Lastly, Sonix is discussed as a secure tool for audio and video transcription into text, with added features like AI-assisted summaries and translations. Susan emphasizes the importance of these tools for increasing efficiency and effectiveness in dispute resolution practice while urging due diligence to ensure these technologies meet professional and ethical standards.

01:40 Welcome Back & The Focus on AI Tools
01:58 Exploring AI Tools Beyond Chat GPT
03:11 Calendar Hero: Revolutionizing Scheduling for Professionals
07:18 Descrybe AI: Transforming Legal Research
13:12 Sonix: Secure Transcription and More for Dispute Resolution
18:03 Workshop Invitation and Final Thoughts

Mentioned in this Episode: Susan’s Latest AI Workshop

AI and Your Practice

When: May 24th, 2024 9am-1pm PT / 12:00pm – 4pm ET

Where: Online Via Zoom

Cost: $295

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Susan Guthrie

Susan Guthrie, nationally recognized as one of the Top Family Law and Mediation Attorneys in the country, has been helping individuals and families navigate separation and divorce for more than 30 years. Susan provides legal coaching services to select clients around the world.   Susan recently partnered with legal and mediation legend, Forrest… MORE >

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