Law360 (February 27, 2018, 5:34 PM EST) -- Robots in the factories, at the drive-thrus and on the battleground … but in the law office? Can a computer system ever replace a trained legal mind?
Artificial intelligence can be something as (relatively) simple as a knowledge base, like those chatbots on retail websites that match keywords in a customer’s query to entries in their database and return a scripted response. Artificial intelligence isn’t all that intelligent by itself; however, AI isn’t the end game. It’s just a launch pad for more sophisticated technologies.
Machine learning (ML) is one of several subsets of AI that will truly change the way...
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