Artificial intelligence has long been seen as a tech supplement—and not a wholesale replacement—for legal professionals. But with advancements in generative AI, including large language models such as GPT-4 and the rise of popular AI-powered applications such as ChatGPT, that perception is beginning to change.

In a report released on Sunday, Goldman Sachs estimated that generative AI could automate 44% of legal tasks in the U.S. What’s more, it estimated that 46% of administrative tasks in the country are at risk of automation, while 35% of business and financial operations, and 31% of sales tasks could also be automated.

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