Considerations For Attorneys Using Artificial Intelligence

By Ben Allgrove and Yoon Chae (February 14, 2018, 12:27 PM EST) -- Artificial intelligence is perhaps the most transformational technology of our era,[1] "likely to leave no stratum of society untouched."[2] The legal services sector will be no exception. AI generally refers to machines that exhibit human-like intelligence,[3] which lies on a multidimensional spectrum,[4] ranging from artificial general intelligence (AGI) (e.g., comparable to that of the human mind)[5] to narrow AI (e.g., focusing on specific tasks),[6] and covers diverse machine capabilities such as natural language processing (NLP), classification, and image and concept recognition.[7] And much has recently been said about people's fears of AGI,[8] as well as the impending replacements of attorneys by AI.[9]...

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