It is a term that fosters apprehension and uncertainty, that defines either a disruptive force on the horizon or a beneficial future that is already set in stone. But what exactly is artificial intelligence (AI), and what does it mean in the legal industry?

For Steve Obenski, chief marketing officer at Kira Systems, the term AI is fairly broad. “The way that I like to think about this is that AI. is an umbrella terms that covers a lot of different technology, it is not a technology in itself.”

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