Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning frameworks are increasingly being used in legal practice. A number of novel questions arise. Will AI change human processes of legal reasoning?  To what extent will AI change legal practice? What do law students need to study now in order to prepare themselves for future forms of machine-oriented legal practice? These questions will be explored by the UQ Law School in a series of Q&A sessions about the use of AI and machine learning in law. The first Q&A involves Professor Janet Wiles from UQ’s ITEE who is an expert in artificial intelligence and social robotics. Janet will cover some of the core concepts of AI and machine for a non-technical audience in this ‘AI 101’ session.

About UQ Law AI Q&A Sessions

Join Law School academics and students for a series of informal Q&A sessions exploring the rise of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its intersection with the legal profession.

The aim of these sessions is to build on the law school current knowledge base, identify current professional practice and determine future trends and opportunities for law graduates and academics.

Brown Bag Lunch - attendees are encouraged to bring their lunch.
All welcome. No RSVP required.


Level 3, Forgan Smith Building
The University of Queensland
St Lucia
Sir Gerard Brennan Boardroom (W353)