Less than half of legal senior executives surveyed in a new report said their organizations offer training on emerging technologies, such as big data, artificial intelligence and machine learning.

Business analytics juggernaut RELX Group polled 1,000 U.S. senior executives across government and the health care, insurance, legal, science and banking industries. Of the law firm leaders surveyed, only 44 percent said they offer employee training on the technologies—the least of any industry.

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