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Artificial Intelligence robot Pepper dances for the audience during the We Robot 2016 conference held at the UM Law School.

If you were at Legalweek back in 2017, you may have heard a lot about artificial intelligence (AI) decimating the white collar work force. The hysterics were understandable, given the amount of mainstream and industry press documenting AI as wreaking havoc across industries, particularly legal.

Luminance CEO Emily Foges remembers these days. In fact, at Legalweek 2018, she told me that she’s witnessed “a really big change” in attitude toward AI.

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