As we learn more and more about artificial intelligence (AI), we’re beginning to learn a great deal about the positive ways in which it will transform both work and scholarship.
Oregon Law’s Rebekah Hanley, current Galen Scholar in Legal Research & Writing studying generative AI and its implications for teaching and the practice of law, joined a roundtable discussion of this topic hosted by Oregon Business magazine.
Professor Hanley shares her thoughts about AI’s benefits to the teaching and practice of law but warns of the risk of “homogenization—of losing not just unique humanity but diversity of perspective and voice and thought.”
Read the full article here.
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