Date/Time: Monday, July 17, 2017: 9:45 AM - 12:15 PM
Coordinator: Marlene Gebauer, Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Speakers: Vishal Agnihotri; Ivan London, Bryan Cave LLP; Kingsley Martin, KM Standards LLC; Ryan McClead, Neota Logic; Jeff Ward, Duke University School of Law
Tracks: Information Technology; Library Management
Artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the way lawyers think, the way they do business, and the way they interact with clients. AI is more than legal technology; it will revolutionize the legal profession. Due to the disaggregation of legal tasks fueled by globalization, technological advances, and the economic downturn, AI is a new engine for "better, faster, cheaper" delivery of certain legal services. For example, several corporate legal departments, law firms, and service providers utilize AI for review and standardization of documents. The list of potential tasks for which AI can be used is growing rapidly. AI's impact on the corporate end of the legal market is in its incipient stage, but its impact on efficiency, risk mitigation, and the time and cost of human review is significant. Please note: This deep dive session is scheduled for 2.5 hours, running across both the 'D' and 'E' time slots.
NOTE: Due to the structure of this program, it was not recorded.