• When a client asked Gowling to use AI to analyze a large batch of contracts, they discovered that implementing the system wasn’t exactly plug & play — not even close. A struggle at first, it was ultimately “better, faster and cheaper.” This article does a good job of laying out the process, pitfalls and eventual

  • Australian law firm Chapman Tripp (and its technology and innovation business, Zeren) predicts that their increased use of tech (including AI via Luminance) won’t negatively impact jobs at the firm. Tech partner, Bruce McClintock, reports that “(r)ather for our graduates, it’s exciting to know that they … can get involved in how the legal services

  • This post from “legal automation provider,” Plexus exposes much of the hype associated with AI in legal (largely because of systems masquerading as AI that aren’t really), but predicts that, “in the short-term, clients should expect to be disappointed by promises of A.I. In the long term, they should expect to be astounded.”
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