Artificial intelligence still hasn’t made a true believer out of the bulk of the legal industry, according to the American Bar Association’s recently released “Legal Technology Survey Report.”
Of the 662 nationwide respondents that took part in the ABA’s legal tech survey report, 51% said AI’s accuracy was their top concern when implementing and leveraging AI-based technologies in their law firm. Reliability (48%) and cost to implement the technology (46%) followed closely behind.
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