It may be some time before we see cities in the sky, experience space tourism, and commute to work in flying cars (a la George Jetson). However, a concept once thought to be far outside the realm of possibility is now on the verge of transforming the modern workplace: artificial intelligence (AI). As technology continues to evolve, the use of AI will continue to proliferate in the coming years.
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning have already arrived in many law firms and legal departments. Remarkable advances in AI technology customized for legal work have led some lawyers to worry that their profession may soon become a victim of Silicon Valley.