How can Large Language Models (LLMs) help privacy professionals in their daily work? – Webinar 14.2.2024

This webinar is designed for privacy professionals and technology lawyers seeking to enhance their understanding and usage of generative AI tools. It’s an ideal opportunity for those in the field to discover how Large Language Models (LLMs) can be effectively integrated into their daily practices, with Siyanna Lilova as the speaker.

How can Large Language Models (LLMs) help privacy professionals in their daily work? Join Our Webinar on 14th February 2024, Hosted on Google Meets from 9 AM to 10 AM.

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Large Language Models (LLMs) can be great for drafting emails and creating funny poems, but generic AI tools like ChatGPT present several risks (such as hallucinations, accuracy issues, and privacy concerns), making them less suitable for many needs of privacy professionals.

We will discuss various strategies to mitigate these risks and explore the most effective applications of LLMs. Siyanna will introduce CuratedAI, an AI tool tailored for privacy professionals and technology lawyers. This tool aids in streamlining legal research and staying updated with the constantly evolving regulatory environment.

Why you attend the webinar?

  • Gain insights into the technology behind LLMs and how generative AI can practically benefit privacy and legal professionals.
  • Understand key technical strategies to manage accuracy, privacy, and security risks when employing generative AI tools in a professional setting, including RAG (Retrieval-Augmented Generation).
  • Experience a demonstration of CuratedAI, an AI assistant designed specifically for privacy and technology lawyers. Discuss how LLMs can be utilized for extensive research, translation, and information extraction.

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Siyanna Lilova

CEO & Co-Founder
Curated AI

Joining us as a speaker, Siyanna Lilova, the CEO & Co-Founder of Curated AI. She is also an accomplished EU lawyer with a passion for leveraging the latest technology to streamline the work of her peers in the legal field. Her expertise spans AI law, data protection, and copyright, making her an invaluable resource for understanding the complex interplay between technology and legal frameworks.

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