Q. In the simplest terms possible, what is the core functionality of AI in legal?
It often seems that most of the legal profession thinks that AI is a box of pixie dust that you can sprinkle over any data set with the right incantation and voila, produce your desired result.
Most lawyers are confused about Artificial Intelligence (AI). While typically experts at adopting new language and using it correctly in context to convey sophistication around concepts not squarely in their wheelhouses, AI tends to be the exception. As evident in industry conversations, the confusion boils down to what AI does, and how, as applied to legal practice.
We should clear this up. To do so, let’s take all the sex and rock n’ roll out of it, and strip AI to its core…
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