When looking at instituting artificial intelligence in the legal department, there’s one objection that’s perhaps more common than any other: “We don’t need that much complexity.” But there’s one issue with that, said Tariq Abdullah, senior director of legal operations at Walmart Inc.

“Every company’s a technology company, whether they realize it or not,” he explained. “And if you don’t realize it, that’s a problem.”

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