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Artificial intelligence and its ability to mine through data has been presented to the legal industry as a miracle technology and one that will ultimately save time and money for in-house attorneys. However, at a panel at the Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel’s 2019 Corporate Counsel Symposium in Philadelphia this week, Craig Marvinney, an attorney and adjunct professor at Case Western Reserve University School of Law, said AI products are only as good as the information put into them.

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Dan Clark

Dan covers cyber security, legal operations and intellectual property for Corporate Counsel. Follow him on Twitter @Danclarkalm.

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