A decade ago, the thought of a robo-lawyer would have seemed unfathomable. While advancements in AI may seem incredible, they will be commonplace very soon.
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From the Blog
As officials implemented new coronavirus restrictions, the legal profession had to drop established routines and embrace new technology. AI could significantly impact the industry's development and transform the practice of law.
Almost a quarter of the work performed by lawyers can be automated by existing technology. Once a lawyer could expect to spend hours digesting legal documents. Now, AI can do it in a fraction of the time while eliminating human error.