I’m not attending ILTA this week, but I’m reading about a hundred blog posts, tweets and press releases from Vegas every day. So far, my biggest takeaway is “ho hum.” Most of the discussion I’m seeing is the rehashing of old news (e.g., IBM’s Tuesday keynote about AI and the business of law), and the

  • The AI for Good Global Summit took place from 7-9 June. “Designing a world where humans have to share space with robots is not an easy task. Several initiatives are looking at ways to address issues linked to the main fuel of artificial intelligence: data. Such issues include privacy, data ownership and sharing, but also making sure that artificial intelligence will not widen the existing digital divide. Speakers at a global summit last week provided insight on ongoing efforts to understand and best tackle the inevitable and sometimes unforeseen problems of this new territory.” This post reviews the main areas of discussion.
  • AI provider Kira Systems, has launched a Certified Service Provider Program, with professional services firms Deloitte and Mainspring Consulting Group, as well as alternative legal services providers Axiom, Cognia Law and Elevateall joining as members. Here are the details.


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