Artificial intelligence as a term has lent itself to a variety of definitions, most hyperbolic and many missing the point. “Nowadays that term gets thrown around a lot,” noted Andrew Arruda, CEO and cofounder of ROSS Intelligence. “Today, I want to get ourselves situated and reveal what it really is.”

The venue for this revelation was “Watson, Esq.: Will Your Next Lawyer Be a Machine?”, a Vanderbilt Law event covering how artificial intelligence impacts the legal world both now and in the future. The present situation, while void of robots that look like humans and pose as litigators, does tend to invoke a fear among legal professionals about the replacement of their jobs.

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