Free Webinar – 1:00PM Eastern, Thursday, September 28, 2023
Update: This page originally incorrectly listed the day of this webinar as Wednesday. The 28th is a Thursday. The page has been corrected.
You might have heard of AI, or Artificial Intelligence once or twice recently. It’s been a topic on the minds of many lately. What is it, and what does it mean for workers’ comp? Will it be a benefit? Or a bust? How and when should it be used, and what does it all ultimately mean? Our experts, well-versed in AI’s benefits and challenges, will have a lively discussion on just what we can expect in the future, and what role AI may play in those changes.
Kristin Kautz, CPSM
JAM Idea Agency
Kristin Lynn Kautz, CPSM is an experienced marketer with over 25 years of expertise in the architecture, engineering, and construction industry. With a passion for innovation and technology, Kristin has become a leading expert in AI for the built environment, helping companies implement and integrate AI into their operations, from small firms to large corporations. AI is revolutionizing our industry. With a deep understanding of the latest AI trends and technologies, Kristin provides strategic guidance and develops customized organizational structures, guidelines, policies, procedures, communications/roll-out, and training to ensure that companies can fully leverage AI to drive growth, improve efficiency and productivity, and enhance both client and employee satisfaction. Her unique blend of marketing expertise, industry knowledge, and technical know-how has made her a sought-after speaker and thought leader in the field of AI for the built environment. Kristin has been the featured AI speaker for SMPS locally, regionally, and nationally in addition to the Society for Design Administration (SDA), Project Mark, Zweig Group, ACEC, Urban Land Institute, and multiple CEO cohorts. Kristin is committed to advancing the use of AI in the AEC industry and helping companies stay at the forefront of innovation.
Dr. Chris Brigham
Chris Brigham, MD, is an esteemed expert in the medicolegal sector who has authored several books and more than 300 peer-reviewed papers. He is the Editor of the AMA Guides Newsletter and Senior Contributing Editor for the AMA Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, Sixth Edition.
His pioneering endeavors in artificial intelligence commenced in the early 1970s at the Massachusetts General Hospital. Subsequently, he earned his Medical Degree from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, complemented by a Master of Medical Science from Rutgers Medical School. His dedication to lifelong learning also led him to acquire a Certificate in Human Resources Management from the University of Southern Maine.
He is board-certified in Occupational Medicine and a Fellow of the American College of Occupational Environmental Medicine and the International Academy of Independent Medical Evaluators.
His technological acumen is evidenced by his proficiency in shaping web-based platforms, especially virtual learning systems. This expertise is showcased through his notable contributions at www.emedicolegal.com.
Judge David Langham
Florida Office of Judges of Compensation Claims