With the recent developments in the area of Artificial Intelligence, a conversation about robots replacing humans in the work place has dominated the internet. Whether it is driverless cars replacing taxi drivers or robot hostesses seeing to our needs at hotels. But how will this affect the legal sector? The following article is an interesting read on potential uses for the technology.
Artificial intelligence or AI is the future of the legal profession. The good news for anyone worried by that statement is people have been making it for several decades. The first international conference on law and artificial intelligence was held in Boston in 1987, before the invention – let alone the mass use of – the worldwide web.