Law firm makes case for computerized legal advice

RISK MANAGEMENT 5/22/2016 12:01 am Print Reprints Your next “attorney” could be a computer. That’s one conclusion to be drawn, anyway, from an announcement that Palo Alto, California-based Ross Intelligence has reached an agreement with major law firm Baker & Hostetler L.L.C., which is based in Cleveland, to retain use of its artificial intelligence legal research project. According to its announcement, the Ross platform is To continue reading this story, please choose an option below.


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