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Interesting story about Bryan Cave partnering with law school to offer tech-focused internship (and improve and update a client's contract management process). Similar partnering efforts are being driven by [...]
The title speaks for itself. Learn about what some firms (i.e., Bryan Cave Business Academy) are doing to train the next generation of lawyers. Read the story
The exposure of a bank's customer data was caused by a lawyer reviewing documents during the eDiscovery process. The incident highlights the dangers associated with the use of augmented technology and the need for appropriate and regular training.
Most of us regard self-driving cars, voice assistants, and other artificially intelligent technologies as revolutionary. For the next generation, however, these wonders will have always existed. AI for them will be more than a tool; in many cases, AI will be their co-worker and a ubiquitous part of their lives. If the next generation is to use AI and big data effectively – if they’re to understand their inherent limitations, and build even better platforms and intelligent systems — we need to prepare them now. That will mean some adjustments in elementary education and some major, long-overdue upgrades in computer science instruction at the secondary level.
This IACCM program includes: (1) Skills Assessment: Identification of personal and/or team development needs against external benchmarks in the key areas of commercial skills and knowledge.; (2) Development Plan: A personal report with gap analysis, together with learning and experience recommendations. (3) Learning: A flexible yet structured online program with student and instructor interactions covering the full contract life-cycle; and (4) Certification: An internationally recognized certification in contract and commercial management at Practitioner, Advanced Practitioner or Expert level. Fees required.
"If you think machines are smart today … wait a year. … The notion that we can go to college for four years and then spend that knowledge for the next 30 is over. If you want to be a lifelong employee anywhere today, you have to be a lifelong learner. And that means: More is now on you. And that means self-motivation to learn and keep learning becomes the most important life skill."
As robots, automation and artificial intelligence perform more tasks and there is massive disruption of jobs, experts say a wider array of education and skills-building programs will be created to meet new demands. There are two uncertainties: Will well-prepared workers be able to keep up in the race with AI tools? And will market capitalism survive? The article offers a good perspective on education and training in relation to technology.