• Shearman & Sterling via LexologyArtificial Intelligence and Algorithms in Cartel Cases: Risks in Potential Broad Theories of Harm.

 

  • Tel Aviv-based LawGeex, which has developed automated contract review technology…,  is announcing that it has closed $12 million in new investment…. It brings the startup’s total funding to date to $21.5 million.

 

  • Here’s an interesting thought piece from Poland’s Adam Polanowski of Wardyński & Partners: “Although the media often announce revolutions prematurely, and autonomous AI is still a long way off, changes in this field are unavoidable. The only question is how fast the legal profession will be automated.”

 

  • From Artificial Lawyer: “Los Angeles-based, legal AI litigation data analysis company, Gavelytics, has today announced that its proprietary database now extends into San Francisco County Superior Court, which it calls ‘the legal epicenter of one of the most significant business and technology markets in the world’.”

 

  • “Pentagon technology chief Mike Griffin last week announced US military plans to form an office dedicated to procuring and deploying artificial intelligence technology. Meanwhile, the White House still doesn’t have a science adviser.” Details here.