How Artificial Intelligence Can Change Legal Departments: A Q&A With IBM Watson's Brian Kuhn
"I think law departments are 66 percent more likely to hire a law firm if they believe that law firm is innovative and that innovation generates meaningful results," says co-founder and global leader of Watson Legal Practice at IBM Brian Kuhn.
More and more legal departments are working to implement artificial intelligence into their workflow. The days of waiting to see what the technology can do are coming to an end, and legal departments are now starting to expect their firms to use AI.
Brian Kuhn is the co-founder and global leader of Watson Legal Practice at IBM. He will be giving a keynote speech at Legalweek in New York on Jan. 30. Kuhn spoke with Corporate Counsel about AI, what it takes to implement it in the legal department, and ways it can be used in the future.
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