Law firm to create army of virtual paralegals called ‘Kim’

Artificial intelligence software could leave many law graduates superfluous A law firm has unveiled a blueprint for an army of virtual paralegals — all named “Kim”. Riverview Law, based in the Wirral, has showcased its latest technological breakthrough that could see law students seeking valuable entry-level paralegal positions become surplus to requirements. Earlier this year, Legal Cheek reported that the forward-thinking law firm had teamed up with boffins at Liverpool University in a bid to apply artificial intelligence to legal tasks. Combining this with the purchase of US knowledge automation business CliXLEX back in September, Riverview Law has created an artificial intelligence system called Kim. Kim, which stands for “knowledge, intelligence, meaning” and has nothing to do with Kardashians, will be rolled out fully in the New Year. According to…

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