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Artificial intelligence useful for in-house counsel, conference told

Tuesday, April 10, 2018 @ 11:28 AM | By Carolyn Gruske

When in-house counsel consider the use of an artificial intelligence (AI) tool, they should consider it as an assistive service, according to presenters at a recent Ontario Bar Association conference.

“The software tools that are now out there today … really are assisting with how you go about providing services,” said Natalie Munroe, head of Ottawa-based Osler Works Transactional at Osler, Hoskin and Harcourt LLP.

“There is a lot of hype about AI in general, but I like to think of AI as not really artificial...