This article first appeared in Corporate Counsel and The American Lawyer’s December issues under the title “Inside Legal’s (Over?) Excitement with AI.” The full version is reproduced below.

Artificial intelligence will replace lawyers completely. It will kill off the billable hour and allow for instantaneous review of any agreement or document set. And all one has to do is turn it on and set it loose.

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