• This is a bit out of the Big Law mainstream, but here’s how LegalZoom is using AI to optimize its media plan.

 

  • From Down Under, Piper Alderman’s good summary of the state of AI-driven contracts and contract review.

 

  • And speaking of summaries, kudos to Sterling Miller for this excellent, “TEN THINGS: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE – WHAT EVERY LEGAL DEPARTMENT REALLY NEEDS TO KNOW,” a summary of four of his previous pieces. If you’re in-house and new to AI, this is required reading.

 

  • From press release: “Compliance.ai announces its search for Regulatory Heroes to assist as “Experts in the Loop” (EITL) for classifying and ranking regulatory documents on its AI-powered financial regulatory platform. Qualified contributors gain immediate access to the industry’s most comprehensive collection of regulatory insights, trends and content. … Compliance.ai automatically processes millions of regulatory documents from all major federal and state agencies, as well as white papers, and boils them down to tangible insights and trends.”

 

  • Garner has released its latest “Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies” report. It’s no surprise that AI is the #1 megatrend “that will enable businesses to survive and thrive in the digital economy over the next five to 10 years.” AI “will enable organizations with AI technologies to harness data in order to adapt to new situations and solve problems that no one has ever encountered previously.”

 

  • If you’re interested in a very deep dive into the Musk vs. Zuck AI nerd fight, here it is. Fundamentally, they side with the stance in the best interest of their corporate positions. “the debate ultimately boils down to whether we trust the Corporate State to protect the social order. The Muskovites resolutely do not, and the Zuckers are a little hurt that they haven’t earned our trust already.”