How Artificial Intelligence Helps Lawyers Compete in today’s Data-driven World

Later in May the Stanford Center for Legal Informatics will host the “CodeX FutureLaw Conference 2016,” a fourth annual conference focusing on how technology such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) has changed the landscape of the legal profession, the law itself and how these changes impact us all. The event will feature several panel discussions, including one relating to IBM’s Watson and related machine learning tools. However, the law waits for no one and neither does AI, which has already made a lasting impact in many areas of business, including the practice of law. Contracts, e-discovery and overall legal research have all changed thanks to AI, but as computers driven by ever-increasing processing power exhibit extraordinarily intelligent behavior we can only assume such advances are far from over. Whether within the…


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