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Brandon Rothey of Meyer Unkovic & Scott.

Decades ago, the words “artificial intelligence,” or “AI,” had people conjuring images of HAL 9000’s evil red glow in “2001: A Space Odyssey.” Today, people regularly interact with AI, even when they may not immediately consider it, in the form of friendly-sounding voice assistants Siri and Alexa, and AI algorithms and machine learning technologies have worked their way into fields that may not obviously seem like natural fits for the tools—this includes the law.

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