• I’ve posted quite a few things about AI tech that seem to ACI-fi to be true, but this is easily the most far-fetched. I’ve found this on a half dozen sited, includingdirectly from MIT. And none were posted on April Fools Day. Believe it or not, AlterEgo: A Personalized Wearable Silent Speech Interface. More here

  • This rather lengthy article does a good job of describing various scenarios in which harm may be caused by AI but the assignment liability is unclear. Interesting read. Again, the tech is way ahead of the laws and regulations.
  • Here’s a bit more about the need for healthcare-related AI regulation from Geoffrey Hinton, VP

Last week’s College of Law Practice Management Futures Conference was all AI and pretty amazing. I won’t try to summarize it here. For a recap, check out my Twitter feed (@MarkTGreene). Next year’s conference will be at the Soffolk University Law School in Boston, October 25-26. The focus will be cybersecurity.

  • If your firm

I have often written and spoken about “The Singularity.” It may sound like science fiction, but it is real. [Check out Kurzweil’s book at the right for a deep dive.]  All serious students of AI of whom I am aware agree that at some point, computers will have more computing power than a human brain,

The Singularity

When making presentation on AI, I often look into the future a bit and discuss “The Singuilarity.” When I do so, I often discover that folks don’t know what I’m talking about. So, here’s a bit of an explanation.

First, what I mean. By “The Singularity,” I mean, “the point in time at

Today’s post is a bit long as I catch up from a vacation. There’s good stuff below. As usual, the legal-specific info comes first, then general interest AI.

  • Very interesting: Ken Grady suggests that AI may eventually replace reputation (i.e., referrals, directories, etc.) as a way to find an attorney. I’m all for anything

I expect a flood of interesting developments from ILTACON17 this week. I’ll do my best to focus on the essentials. I won’t post links to every press release (e.g.), only those with an interesting story or, IMHO, really breakthrough tech. (It’s still early Monday morning so there’s not yet much news from Vegas,