AI in Law

In technology terms, the hare and tortoise are (respectively) replaced by the early adopter and the sceptic who waits for a particular technology to mature and become mainstream. Various factors, including the need to recover research & development costs, low yields on early production processes, the cost-benefit implications of Moore’s law, and bugs / instabilities / incompatibilities mean that there is often a significant cost to being an early adopter. The canny customer who waits just a little longer can derive a lot of the same benefits as the early adopter at a fraction of the cost.

In business and technology, just as in the fable, it has often been the steady-as-she-goes tortoise who wins the race.

Read more at Technologys Legal Edge…


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

eight + 16 =