• A cheery way to start the day (NOT!): Future elections may be swayed by intelligent, weaponized chatbots. This post does not have a happy ending. “Bots versed in human language remain outliers for now. It still requires substantial expertise, computing power, and training data to equip bots with state-of-the-art language-processing algorithms. But it’s not

  • In this article, Burr Forman associate E. Travis Ramsey, discusses the coming relevance of AI to appellate advocacy, including: (1) compiling the appellate record; (2) written advocacy; and (3) oral advocacy. He concludes with: (reasonable, in my opinion) “AI will play a role in appellate advocacy, and it will begin by supplementing the work

Law firm marketers should embrace and promote AI in four ways:

  1. Encourage your firm to start an AI industry practice. This area is under-served and will generate a large amount of:

IP work (mainly patent),

domestic and international deals,

regulatory and legislative work as the world come to grips with the implications of AI and