• From Osborne Clarke: “From a venture capital perspective, London was Europe’s premier destination for technology investment last year, with research figures showing that London attracted more funding than Paris, Berlin and the next seven cities combined.  Whilst Fintech continued to be a particularly attractive target for funds in 2017, the standout growth area over

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  • Altman Weil has released its 2017 Law Firms in Transition Survey. One of the questions is: “Technology tools that incorporate artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning — like Watson and Ross — are beginning to be adopted by some law firms. What is your firm’s stance on the use of AI tools?” With this narrow definition, only 7.5% “are already beginning to make use of these tools.” Of course, many more than this are already using eDiscovery and other forms of AI. In these survey results there is a very strong positive correlation between size of firm and use of AI tools.

and  http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/et-tv/how-often-do-we-encounter-artificial-intelligence-in-our-lives/videoshow/59086427.cms

and https://venturescannerinsights.wordpress.com/2017/06/08/artificial-intelligence-funding-trends-through-q2-2017/

“[AI is] doing for minds what the Industrial Revolution did for muscles.”

and https://thenextweb.com/contributors/2017/06/12/artificial-intelligence-revolutionizing-customer-management/?utm_campaign=Submission&utm_medium=Community&utm_source=GrowthHackers.com#.tnw_WavBq4R0

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