Below is an excerpt of Law Firms Need Artificial Intelligence to Stay in the Game. The full report is available on the ALM Intelligence website.

The initial step in bringing AI into the law firm is not a consensus on making an investment in AI, but rather answering one question: What problem are we solving for? Do we want to increase efficiency with certain tasks? Improve the quality of work? Differentiate from the competition? Once the law firm identifies the problem it is solving, it can proceed with determining what the solution is. For the questions posed above, AI can be the solution or part of the solution.

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