Artificial intelligence in law: separating fact from fiction
Major law firms are beginning to wake up to the potential of artificial intelligence to modernise their business – but how will AI work in practice?
Everybody is talking in grandiose terms about the future of artificial intelligence (AI) in law and last month, this talk got louder still with the news that Linklaters had become the first magic circle firm to sign up to an AI provider, agreeing a deal with RAVN to automate a host of tasks.
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