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See artificial intelligence as complementing your legal practice, not replacing it

Thursday, November 23, 2017 @ 8:21 AM | By Julie Chapman

As lawyers, there are a two things we almost universally abhor — uncertainty and change. Given this, I was as surprised as anyone to discover I have an unrelenting, borderline-obsessive interest in all things artificial intelligence (AI). In particular, I’m curious about how AI is likely to change our profession, in terms of the impact of AI technologies on our interactions with clients, as well as society as a whole.  

Artificial intelligence concepts (such as analytics, visual recognition, machine learning and deep learning) are fundamentally...