• 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

  • Thompson Hine has commissioned this report, “Closing the Innovation Gap.” It’s a methodologically sound survey of almost 200 in-house folks regarding their desire for innovation in legal services and what they’re getting from outside counsel. Spoiler alert: they’re not thrilled. The report is nicely illustrated with infographics and includes a bare minimum of self-promotion.

  • There’s a lot of talk this week about AI laws and regulation, most of which is unrelated to the accident in Tempe. Here’s what I’ve seen:

Here’s a very good discussion regarding medical diagnoses.

This editorial from the Washington Post does reference the death in Tempe as it calls for regulation beyond autonomous