Will Computers Replace Lawyers?

#ILTACon17 AI Panel 1 of 3, Monday, Aug 14 at 11:00–12:00 pm! In the first of the three leading-edge sessions on artificial intelligence at this year’s ILTACon, folks will be hearing from Martin Tully, Co-Chair, of Akerman LLP’s Data Law Practice, and Samuel Whitman, Mayer Brown’s Knowledge Management Leader (see below for speaker bios). I will be moderating this panel along with the other two in the AI series at ILTACon 2017. Image source: http://abaforlawstudents.com/2017/04/05/should-law-students-be-afraid-of-artificial-intelligence/ The goal of the session will be to answer some key questions regarding AI tools that are appearing with more and more frequency in the legal space, chiefly: What does “artificial intelligence” even mean? What is natural language processing? What is machine learning? What is deep learning? What is AI doing right now within the legal space? What can this technology deliver today? How is AI transforming the legal profession? …and the customary crystal-ball question… What does the future hold for legal AI and the automation of legal advice? At the end of the panel discussion those in attendance should be well on their way towards determining a communication strategy to educate their teams about AI technologies, have an understanding about real use-cases of AI…


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