Sensei is excited to be a Gold Sponsor of the Virginia State Bar’s 80th Annual Meeting in Virginia Beach on June 14-17th, 2018! 80 years is quite the milestone and we are happy to be a part of it!
Sensei was delighted to help donate to the Food for Others holiday food drive!
About Food for Others: “In our nation’s capital area, many families are struggling to provide for basic needs like food and shelter. Unfortunately, many times, some cannot even afford that. Since 1995, Food for Others has been helping many of these families.
Our Mission is to distribute free food to our neighbors in need, in partnership with our Northern Virginia community, and to provide opportunities for people to volunteer their resources.
Food for Others is an important part of Northern Virginia’s safety net for those needing food when an emergency strikes, and for the growing number of working poor who are unable to make ends meet and need to supplement their inadequate food supplies.
Food for Others obtains much of its food through food rescue operations and food drives. Staff and volunteers pick up good food that would be thrown away from local grocery stores and other retail food establishments. The food is brought to the warehouse for temporary storage, including refrigeration as appropriate. Food drives provide most of our non-perishable food.
Local merchants, the USDA, food drives, and crop harvests provide the food; volunteers and staff provide the hands; and charitable contributions and fundraising events provide the funds. Charitable contributions provide a major part of Food for Others’ budget.”
“The Perilous Ethical Waters of AI” presented by Sensei’s Sharon Nelson, John Simek, and Fastcase CEO Ed Walters at the College of Law Practice Management’s Futures Conference was featured in Legaltech News in an article entitled, “The Dark Side of AI in Law” by Gabrielle Orum Hernández.
Excerpt: Before artificial intelligence was the legal technology buzzword of the season, it was the stuff of science-fiction nightmares. Stories about artificial intelligence “gone rogue” proliferate in popular culture, from “Terminator” to “I, Robot” to “2001: A Space Odyssey.”
Although these stories are all fictional and most have no basis in reality, significant ethical considerations around AI remain, and perhaps deserve greater space in the conversation around the use of AI in the legal industry. Panelists John Simek and Sharon Nelson, respectively the vice president and president of Sensei Enterprises Inc., and Ed Walters, CEO of legal research company Fastcase, closed out the College of Law Practice Management’s Futures Conference, “Running With the Machines: Artificial Intelligence in the Practice of Law” with a discussion of some of these concerns.
Excerpt: Cyberlaw or Internet law is a term that encapsulates the legal issues related to use of the Internet. It is less a distinct field of law than intellectual property or contract law, as it is a domain covering many areas of law and regulation. Some leading topics include internet access and usage, privacy, freedom of expression, and jurisdiction
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