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Conversations regarding AI-backed legal tech still need a reality check in terms of expectations and pricing, according to a panel held Wednesday at Legalweek 2020 in New York .

During the “Memo to LegalTech Founders: Powerpoints Don’t Create AI—Data Scientists Do!” session, panelist and Littler Mendelson chief data analytics officer Aaron Crews noted that c-suite’s lofty ideas regarding AI and vendors’ usage of the buzzword leads to unreachable expectations.

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