• Paul Allen is investing $125 million in his ‘Project Alexandria’: “… a long-term research effort to set benchmarks for common-sense AI, develop crowdsourcing methods to learn how humans use common sense, build a repository of common-sense knowledge, and use that knowledge to build better AI tools for tasks ranging from machine translation to

  • “Keoghs has launched what it calls the “first true” AI insurance lawyer. … “Lauri,” will initially handle avoidable litigation cases. Keoghs says that this will provide insurers with transformative speed and ease of service while handing the power back to handlers and reducing cost in the process.” Much more here.

  • Robert Ambrogi also attended the College of Law Practice Management’s Futures Conference last week. Here’s his take on a bit of hype, and how he believes AI can, in several ways, be a positive force in law.
  • Check out this very interesting post from Artificial Lawyer. There is yet another player in the “contracts”

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