Most Lawyers Do Not Understand How AI Works

Law360 (January 31, 2020, 3:17 PM EST) -- At a moment when facial recognition and self-driving cars are becoming commonplace technologies, it will come as a surprise to few that artificial intelligence is playing an increasingly large and central role in the American legal system.

It’s a part of how attorneys practice law, it’s used by a diverse array of clients, and it even can play a role in the judicial process itself. Whether it’s in the form of AI-driven document review, computer sentencing guidelines or some other automated decision system, nearly every lawyer will encounter AI at some point in their career.

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