Using artificial intelligence in document management can conjure various emotions, from confusion over what the process entails to fear of the mistakes it may cause or apprehension that the technology could eventually replace someone’s job. While the negative thoughts on AI may differ, the end result is usually few actually using the AI-powered tool.

But legal tech providers believe such reluctance toward AI can be solved by fully understanding how the technology works and knowing when are the best scenarios to use it—like during high-volume document scenarios.

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