Baker McKenzie has become the latest large law firm to start using artificial intelligence (AI) software in an attempt to improve efficiency and reduce costs.

The legal giant, which earlier this week announced a record high gross revenue figure for its most recent fiscal year, will use a machine learning tool developed by U.S. contract analytics company eBrevia to handle transactional due diligence in North America, Europe and Asia.

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