Artificial Intelligence and the legal profession — is there a safe intersection?

If you look at the news, it looks like the entire world will be run by artificial intelligence (AI) in just a decade or two. One of the latest conversations has to do with the role of AI in the legal world. Is there a future here? The legal industry is still based on the same principles that it was decades ago, but it’s undergone some pretty significant changes over the past few years. One area, in particular, that’s worth exploring is AI. In a world that’s increasingly characterized by automation, this industry is trying to figure out what it looks like to automate without sacrificing the quality and attention to detail that’s required in sensitive legal matters. But there’s real opportunity for AI in the legal world. Not only are lawyers looking for ways to streamline their caseloads, but clients are sick and tired of overspending and having to jump through hoops just to get small matters solved. “From a chatbot that gives advice about whether you have to pay your parking ticket, to an algorithm that predicts US Supreme Court decisions, applications for using artificial intelligence in tandem with legal service are mushrooming,” tech writer Alice Kohn says.…


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