There's been lots of talk during the past week about how artificial intelligence–the development of computer systems able to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence–is impacting the legal profession and the delivery of services. I saved the following to read later and thought our readers would also find them interesting. How AI is transforming the legal profession. How artificial intelligence is transforming the legal profession, ABA Journal – "Artificial intelligence is changing the way lawyers think, the way they do business and the way they interact with clients. Artificial intelligence is more than legal technology.
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.
AI in the legal industry is steadily enhancing legal processes and activities of all sorts. Applications ranging from billable time invoice generation, intelligent patent searches, augmenting legal research, or chatbots the legal field is using AI in a variety of ways. In this infographic from Cognilytica we explore 8 ways AI is helping in the legal industry.
The legal sector is more advanced in use its use, understanding and application of AI technologies, a New CenturyLink study suggests. Before 2015, the legal sector was one of the least technologically ept professions. But since then it has undergone an automation transformation. In history and practice, law has largely relied on lawyers and legal aids sifting through copious documents seeking evidence or precedents. A precedent is defined as'an earlier event or action that is regarded as an example or guide to be considered in subsequent similar circumstances', according to Google.