How artificial intelligence relates to the legal profession

Login | September 13, 2016 How artificial intelligence relates to the legal profession FRANK GEORGELegal News ReporterPublished: September 14, 2016 Legal research has changed. An attorney who started his career dredging through books can now instantly consult vast databases, saving countless man hours. Soon, however, it may need not involve the man at all. According to Andrew Arruda, co-founder and CEO of Ross intelligence, artificially intelligent software has the potential to revolutionize the procedures of modern law. Arruda’s company is responsible for ROSS, an artificially intelligent system designed to understand lawyers’ research questions, comb through millions of pages of text and then provide answers to these questions. THE ROSSCESS The phrase “artificial intelligence” describes four different machine processes. An intelligent machine can understand human speech, communicate using language, change and…


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