Certain types of businesses are renowned for their conservatism and legal practices fit the bill perfectly. Legal workers all but epitomize conservatism, but they too cannot go untouched in the face of emerging technology such as Artificial Intelligence.
Artificial intelligence and automation are already involved in a remarkably large number of decisions by public authorities, from security to criminal justice. With AI progressing and other technologies entering the scene (such as facial recognition), that’s bound to accelerate. Here, we look at some of the ways in which technological advances have impacted the way law is practiced and examine possible advances that may be adopted in the near future.
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(Editor – Seems this article is temporarily withdrawn, but I am leaving it here, hoping they release it soon – apologies.)
Another interesting article by Thompson Reuters on Artificial intelligence and its impact on legal technology.