Artificial intelligence is trending in 2017. Hardly a day goes by without another article about the promise—or peril—of replacing humans with AI. The topic has moved solidly beyond the technology press and has become a fixture in popular media.
This trend has also reached into law practice. Themes seem evenly split between breathless accounts of the benefits of lower-cost, increased-access legal services, and ominous warnings about robot-lawyers.
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