AI, Analytics, and How Cravath Is Embracing Technology
The head of Cravath, Swaine & Moore's e-Discovery and data analytics practice talks about the challenges and benefits to integrating AI into legal practice, and why technology may not solve the Big Data problem.
At ALM’s upcoming Legalweek conference, one of the major overarching themes is how artificial intelligence will change the practice of law. In this episode of Law.com’s “Unprecedented” podcast, we talk with one of the speakers at the event—Scott Reents, the lead attorney for data analytics and e‑discovery at Cravath, Swaine & Moore—about the challenges and advantages to integrating AI with the legal profession.
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