ILTA Evolve Day 1: Gen AI Impact on Insurance & Tech.

June 1, 2024
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  • The ILTA EVOLVE conference focused on generative AI and cybersecurity.
  • The event aimed to address challenges and opportunities in the legal tech industry.

The first-ever ILTA EVOLVE conference in 2024 shed light on the impact of generative AI on insurance, client tech confusion, and more. The event, attended by 333 professionals, highlighted the emergence of new tools and startups within the legal tech industry due to generative AI. The conference also delved into the critical topic of cybersecurity.

One key takeaway from the event was the rise of generative artificial intelligence, which has not only led to the development of new tools but has also spurred the creation of new conferences like ILTA EVOLVE. The focus on generative AI and cybersecurity at the event underscores the industry’s growing challenges and opportunities in these areas.

Overall, ILTA EVOLVE Day 1 highlighted the pressing need for the legal tech industry to adapt and innovate in response to the rapid evolution of technology, particularly in the realms of generative AI and cybersecurity.

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