Tech Can Help, Not Take Over, Your Real Estate Transaction

By Shawn Amuial (May 3, 2018, 2:52 PM EDT) -- Recent headlines proclaiming the end of the legal industry as we know it have recently caught the attention of many — technologists and pessimists alike claim that artificial intelligence and machine learning will soon spell doom and gloom for lawyers and their "cushy" jobs. Many, however, are left scratching their heads wondering exactly how such technologies, beyond the quintessential Matrix-esque "machine takeover," will replace today's lawyers. Even more perplexing is the fact that not many lawyers, or their clients, seem to have a decent handle on how current and rather simple technologies can help transform and streamline an attorney's legal practice...

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