Nathana O'Brien Sharma is Faculty at Singularity University, where she writes and speaks for international audiences on the future of technology, law and business. Nathana is General Counsel at Labelbox, one of the most exciting artificial intelligence startups in Silicon Valley today.
Nathana worked as an Intellectual Property Associate at Gunderson Dettmer, a leading emerging company and venture capital law firm. While at Gunderson Dettmer, Nathana helped a range of technology companies on data privacy and cyber security strategy. She has also worked at the Israeli Supreme Court and the Center for Creative Technologies.
Nathana is a JD/MBA graduate of Yale Law School and the Yale School of Management, as well as Singularity University's 2012 Graduate Studies Program.
New transformer based LLM technologies are rapidly becoming much smarter than the average human. GPT 4 scored a 163 on the LSAT (88th percentile) and 298/400 on the universal Bar Exam (90th Percentile). As these AI tools get better and better, what are the skills that you and your children need to thrive in a world of AI assistants? How can you best work with AI and not fear being replaced by it?
Massive breakthroughs are occurring in longevity science and research and lifespans of 150+ are possible for people born today. This talk shares some of the highlights of groundbreaking new research on longevity and considers the impact of these technologies on the future of law and governance. How can we value human life in policy contexts when life can last much longer? How do we handle equity challenges of unequal distributions of these technologies? How does the practice of law transform in a world where people live much longer?
This talk is an introduction to what generative AI technology is, its strengths and its limitations and the impact that it will have on the legal profession in the next 3 to 5 years.