I recently wrote an article about artificial intelligence and legal services for The International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) . You can find it at this link.
Here’s the first paragraph:
With the start of the new year, some in the legal industry predict that artificial intelligence (“AI”) will play an increasingly influential role in the delivery of legal services. Predictions like “2020 is the year we move from AI hype to AI in practice” and “2020 [will] bring a greater understanding of how [data analytics and AI] enhance, rather than overtake, the work of lawyers” are notable because they hint at how the discussion around AI’s role in legal-services delivery is maturing. This article explores how AI is currently used in the legal marketplace, AI’s limitations, and critical questions that lawyers should ask about the continued rise of AI.
Read the rest of the article at this link out and let me know what you think!
Thank you to Anne Christman and Brian Balistreri at ILTA for the opportunity to write this article.