At this point, many law firms know that artificial intelligence-powered tools can aid in common tasks. But actually applying these tools to the task correctly, and getting buy-in from the organization, isn’t guaranteed. Those who have worked with AI tools on a regular basis know that the “hype” of AI as a catch-all solution isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, and that while these tools can ultimately be rewarding, they’re not without work.

As part of the run-up to Legalweek 2020, Legaltech News is chatting with a number of speakers from this year’s sessions to know. Today’s Q&A is with Martha Louks, director of technology services at McDermott Will & Emery. Her LegalCIO session “Moving Beyond All the AI Hype” will take place on Tuesday, February 4 at 1:30 p.m.

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