Lawyers today can be forgiven for thinking artificial intelligence (AI) is taking over their industry. From AI contract review squeezing the demand for outside counsel to governments calling for laws to regulate and limit how AI is deployed, there is much to fuel this apprehension. Not to mention that oftentimes, it seems that the capabilities of AI are limitless. While AI solutions such as ROSS market themselves as an ” artificially intelligent attorney,” others are popping up that are capable of predicting the outcome of trial cases with up to an 80 percent accuracy.
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