What I'm Learning About AI and the Law From #Legalweek18
It's the defining buzzword of this year's conference, but the legal profession is still parsing what it means and how it will affect what lawyers do. Here are three takeaways.
NEW YORK — At Legalweek 2018, “artificial intelligence” is in the air. It’s what all the lawyers want to know about, and what almost all of the dozens of legal technology vendors seem to be offering (better than their competitors, of course).
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