Though much has been said about the cost savings that artificial intelligence and machine learning can bring to legal, there has been little discussion of the resources needed for a legal department to implement the technology.

Speaking at the Legalweek: The Experience 2017 Conference, Connie Brenton, senior director of legal operations at NetApp and chairman of the board of the Corporate Legal Operations Consortium (CLOC), cautioned against overlooking these challenges . She noted that while many are attracted to the novelty of AI, such technology takes “significant resources to get up and running.”

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