Artificial intelligence (AI), or the ability of a computer to complete intelligent tasks normally performed by people, has been a trending topic in the law lately, and for good reason. It has the ability to completely transform how lawyers work. AI has already been used for years with e-discovery platforms, but can AI also be used in another key area of litigation, legal research? Even further, can it ultimately replace attorneys conducting these tasks? To address these questions, I interviewed various thought leaders in the legal industry to determine the state of the art on AI usage and its potential for use in litigation.
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