Unless you have been living under a rock, it’s been hard to miss seeing examples of the power of generative artificial intelligence tools such as ChatGPT. The technology is still evolving and improving to meet professional standards across industries, but the future of the global economy will undoubtedly be heavily impacted by AI automation.

A recent report released by Goldman Sachs found that a quarter of all tasks in all U.S. industries were at risk of being replaced by generative AI, including as much as 44% of legal tasks. In fact, GPT-4 recently placed in the 90th percentile of test-takers on the bar exam, showcasing how far the technology has come.

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