• Finally! (And a bit late), AI news from CLOC: Maybe AI Can’t Do Everything, but Corporate Legal’s Still Trying to Adopt.
    “Legal operations directors from Walmart and Nationwide gave their artificial intelligence adoption strategies at the 2018 CLOC Conference.”
  • From Artificial Lawyer, an interesting essay by Alistair Wye, of iManage’s RAVN, The Challenge of

  • Artificial Lawyer reports that, “(t)he European Legal Tech Association, or ELTA, will host its first ever live webinar on 24 January, at 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM GMT. The subject will be the use of legal AI technology.” The main speakers will be Franciso Martín, co-founder and CEO at BigML, Inc. and Richard Tromans, founder

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

  • AI should soon have a seat at the table regarding the business of law, not just the practice of law. As this article from the HBR explains, business strategy can become much more powerful through application of AI.

“The processing power of four smart consultants with excel spreadsheets is minuscule in comparison to a single