This article is part of a monthly column from FinTech GC Ksenia Sussman examining how the legal profession should adapt to current, and future, changes in technology.

The first signs of artificial intelligence trying to match up to human intelligence were seen in the mid-1990s, when the IBM’s “Deep Blue” computer competed with the world chess champion Garry Kasparov. While Deep Blue lost its first match in 1996, it won a rematch in 1997, which stunned the world and was documented in a film called The Man vs. The Machine.

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