• I like the infographic AI Knowledge Map above. Here’s an explanation of the elements.
  • “The sixth annual Clio Cloud Conference held a talk with lawyers about how artificial intelligence and blockchain-based technologies can be used by firms of various sizes to become more cost and time efficient.” Summary by Victoria Hudgins here.

 

  • From Jim Baker via Lawfare: Artificial Intelligence – A Counterintelligence Perspective: Part I. “…AI and the entire technological ecosystem in which it functions are highly valuable to private-sector organizations and nation-states. That means that nations will try to identify, steal, and corrupt or otherwise counteract the AI and related assets of others, and will

  • Here are some interesting reasons that AI won’t completely replace humans in areas such as negotiation. There may be some long term hope for lawyers!
  • As Big Data gets bigger and bigger, law firms and law schools are hiring more privacy experts. Here are some examples from Baker Hostetler, Panetta & Associati Law Firm,