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A new survey on legal tech trends by text analytics company, Ayfie, has found that 50% of respondents believe law firms will need to embrace AI tools to remain competitive in 2019. Although, conversely, the other half did not believe this to be the case – at least in relation to this year.
Expert systems and legal automation platform, Neota Logic, has announced that they are launching their first Microsoft Azure cloud computing environment in Ireland with the University of Limerick, in partnership with leading law firm, McCann FitzGerald. The move follows similar partnerships with Microsoft in continental Europe and the US.
The frenetic and much-touted world of artificial intelligence (AI) has poured into the legal industry like a storm surge. Lawyers who lack technical expertise or feel overwhelmed by jargon and arcane mathematical concepts are at a distinct disadvantage in this technology-oriented new world. Vendors can make assertions with little risk of cross-examination.
Reed Smith innovation manager Alex Smith is leaving the firm to join artificial intelligence services provider RAVN, as startups and alternative legal services providers keep attracting talent from private practice.
In what is described as a “really important but initial step”, legal CRM market leader LexisNexis InterAction today (8 April) launched InterAction for Office 365 after an 18-month development project that has involved the entire InterAction team from product management to development and engagement with over 150 law firms globally.
My discussions and experiences have led me to believe that the UK legal market is on average ahead of the curve when it comes to the use and implementation of legal technology.
A startup that wants to transform how law firms select and deploy technology now counts four Magic Circle firms and a raft of elite U.S. firms as supporters.
Ever wonder how machine learning code determines topics in a group of documents? Fatma Gadelrab tries to explain in this post this morning. He writes, "a topic is defined by a cluster of words with each word in the cluster having a probability of occurrence for the given topic."
Many readers will have seen the news that Artificial Lawyer published last night about the signing of the deal between Big Four firm, EY, and the Legal Managed Services (LMS) arm of Thomson Reuters. But what now? And what does this really portend for the legal world? Here are some thoughts.
Legal data collaboration platform, HighQ, and London-based BPP Law School, have partnered together for a programme to educate law students in the use of legal technology. BPP students will use the HighQ platform as they ‘learn to design and apply solutions for real-life legal scenarios’.
The huge appetite for change and improvement has now put African courts at the forefront of the legal technology drive, with legal technology as advanced as anywhere in the world. A significant reason for this is in how digital justice systems eliminate the need for paper in the trial environment. Paper is a much bigger burden for courts than people are aware.
Smart contract pioneer, Clause, has announced that on 16th April it will formally move out of Beta and ‘open for business’, where it will begin to charge people who want to use their platform on a pay as you go basis (PAYG), in what is a major landmark for the smart contract sector.
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