Artificial intelligence and the law

Michael Bailey, specialist legal recruiter at Sellick Partnership, gives his views on artificial intelligence, and its place within the legal sector. Artificial intelligence and the law Technological advancements and the rise of artificial intelligence (A.I) has brought the topic to the forefront of the legal profession across the globe, with much debate around the opportunities, threats and benefits. Machines are now able to win at chess, interact with people, as well as solve complicated algorithms and questions at the tap of a button – but how could artificial intelligence change the legal profession in the future and will it be for better or worse? In the broadest sense, A.I is intelligence that can be exhibited by a machine, for example technology that can think, do and perform tasks that would…


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