Taking the ‘Robot’ Out of Artificial Intelligence: Perspective for Modern Law

Brian Kuhn, Watson Sales Executive, IBM Global Business Services. (Photo: Carmen Natale) The general public’s notion of “artificial intelligence” (AI) as humanlike cyborgs or diabolical, hyper-intelligent machines has more to do with Hollywood than actual advanced computing. This perception, said Ray Thomas, Jr., an attorney and subject matter expert in data privacy and security at IBM, is wrong. Instead, he defines AI as “not just one thing,” but “an umbrella that covers a portfolio of technologies.” This increasingly large mix of tools lumped under the AI umbrella and how they can be leveraged by lawyers was the focus of the day 3 keynote at Legalweek: The Experience, titled “AI: Best Practices on the Challenges and Opportunities Within the Field & How It Can Benefit People and Society.” IBM’s Brian Kuhn,…


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