The vendor floor at Legaltech conferences has historically been an e-discovery bonanza, but a new hot topic clearly emerged on Legalweek West’s vendor floor this week—artificial intelligence (AI). AI tools are moving into the mainstream of the legal technology field, prompting both excitement and concern in the legal community.

One of Legalweek West’s most highly trafficked panels, “AI and Automation: Game Changers for the Legal Marketplace,” featured a lively and heated discussion between panelists and audience members about the potential and current role of automation and artificial intelligence in legal organizations. Vendors pushed attorneys to get over their reticence toward innovation in the field, while attorneys pushed back, asking vendors to address their concerns and help them better understand how to implement AI into their work.

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