Over the past decade, there have been tremendous strides in AI, with advancements in its power and the range of applications across industries. The field of Legal Tech has significantly benefitted from these developments, with many software products now integrating AI for tasks such as automating contract management, document review, and eDiscovery research.

While many legal professionals have taken advantage of these technological improvements, the progress has been incremental, and developments have typically been limited to the backend of software products. As a result, the true impact of AI has remained largely hidden from view, with some users feeling apprehensive about its complexity or its potential.

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