• Here’s an interesting thought piece by Bruce Hambrett (Australian Chair of Baker McKenzie) and Professor Nick James (Executive Dean of Bond University’s Faculty of Law) from Australia’s Lawyers Weekly about the future of law, including law schools, law firms, and corporate legal departments. Reimagining the delivery of legal services in Australia — ‘The New Lawyers’.

  • This rather lengthy article does a good job of describing various scenarios in which harm may be caused by AI but the assignment liability is unclear. Interesting read. Again, the tech is way ahead of the laws and regulations.
  • Here’s a bit more about the need for healthcare-related AI regulation from Geoffrey Hinton, VP

  • eDiscovery for audio and video files: “The MCS Group is one of the latest companies to partner with Veritone to revolutionize the legal industry by adopting its innovative and unique AI-based processing and search technology to afford a secure, scalable and cost-effective platform for enriching and managing audio and video data in litigation discovery and

  • Law firms face threats to their revenue streams from: 1) smarter in-house counsel, 2) other law firms who “get it” re AI and Alternative Fee Arrangements (AFAs), and 3) Alternative Legal Service Providers (ALSPs). In each case, AI can enable those competitors to provide legal services better, faster and cheaper than traditional law firms. Many