“You may think we’re here to talk about technology, but we’re actually here to talk about money,” Michael Mills told ABA Tech Show 2016 attendees. Given how artificial intelligence (AI) is currently used in law firms, he certainly isn’t lying.

AI has been applied by many law firms to streamline and organize business processes within the organization. But how can those processes be applied to provide both lawyers and clients with easy solutions to straightforward questions that would otherwise cost precious research time? The answer may lie with experts systems.

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