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Together with some other very talented people, I’ll be sharing the latest #socialmedia and digital biz/legal trends and “best practices” tips next week at Social Media Day San Diego. If you’re going, please make sure to reach out and say hi. If you haven’t picked up your ticket, the sales price ends June 18th. Click here for more details and tickets! https://socialmediadaysandiego.com/ #smdaysd
I had the pleasure of speaking last week at the Maximum Lawyer Conference in St. Louis. The topic revolved around how lawyers can and should use the power of public speaking to add value to their community and build their brands.
If you missed the conference, you can click here to see a few pictures. I also invite you to watch and listen to my best speaking tips in the Powerpoint video below.
I just watched a video from AI startup Dessa. Several of its engineers created a voice clone, perfectly mimicking the sound (tone, word choice, voice inflection…) of podcaster, comedian and MMA-commentator, Joe Rogan. Watch and listen here.
Can you tell the difference between the real Joe Rogan and the AI Joe Rogan? Are you as blown away by this AI technology as I am?
These are fascinating times. I’m a big fan of tech but, as a trial lawyer who thinks about foundation and authenticity evidentiary issues during trial, I’m concerned that many lawyers, judges and jurors, are going to be intentionally mislead by this kind of technology. People and companies are going to win and lose cases, and some will go to jail, because of fake evidence created with these AI tools.