AI in the Courts: The Good, the Concerning and the Frightening

By Rhys Dipshan

The New York Law Journal reported on the Commercial and Federal Litigation Section’s Emerging Technologies in Litigation program during Annual Meeting.

Artificial intelligence won’t mean the end of the legal industry (or world) as we know it. But neither will it create utopia where new heights of insight and efficiency close the access to justice gap and take much of the guesswork out of the legal profession. The reality of AI’s future, and present, is far more ambiguous and complicated than that.

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