Artificial intelligence (AI) is not merely a field of technical innovation and academic study. It’s also becoming indispensable in practicing law.
AI in the legal industry is rife with controversy as well as promise. The fundamental need that AI fills is having access to volumes of legal data at once without the means to efficiently study it and render actionable insights with the available time and resources.
Artificial intelligence, like its applications in medicine and other industries, can make practicing law faster. AI can quickly sort through mass legal data, make sense of any patterns, and recommend the next steps to take.
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