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With Microsoft 365, Teams, Zoom, and other non-traditional modes of communication now the norm, Columbia partner Jarrett Coco will explore how discovery may look over the next couple of years and the legal ethical rules applicable to using artificial intelligence (“AI”) to detect Personal Health Information (“PHI”) and the AI capabilities available to assist companies.