E-Discovery in the Year 2048: What the Future Holds
A Legalweek panel painted a picture of the future of legal that is more machine than human, where automation is key but the work never ends.
What the future holds for legal professionals may be anyone’s guess. But for speakers at the “A Day in the Life of a Futurist Jurist Empowered by Artificial Intelligence: An Ethical Dilemma” Legalweek 2018 session, examining changes that already afoot in the industry can offer some telling clues.
From artificial intelligence to automation and remote work, there here are three most significant predictions from the panel:
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