How A General Counsel Should Think About AI: Part 1

Law360, New York (February 15, 2017, 12:03 PM EST) -- Bruce J. Heiman

Elana R. Reman It's hard to escape reading about the "AI revolution." Artificial intelligence or "AI" computer systems now can simulate surprising human-like processes including learning, decision-making, self-correction, speech and image recognition, reasoning and other tasks we typically think of as requiring "intelligence." The AI sprint has been propelled by recent growth in computing power, increasing availability and openness of large data sets, and "deep learning" algorithms that mimic neural networks.

AI-based technology blends seamlessly into daily life. Predictive texting, digital personal assistants, facial recognition software, bank fraud alerts, autonomous vehicles and networked sensors that maximize oil well...

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