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Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer has opened its debut Freshfields Lab. The new initiative, launched out of Berlin’s start-up campus known as The Factory (with plans afoot to open a second Lab in London), is focused on developing technology-based solutions for clients as they face increasingly complex challenges around mass claims, global transactions, investigations and cyber risks.
The hope is this new range of KM tools could lead to a better work product that will help the firm deliver in turn a better outcome for the clients. There’s also a potential for time saving in terms of internal research, with AI-driven KM systems allowing lawyers and professional support teams to work faster and/or dig deeper in less time than before.
This week, AI experts, politicians, and CEOs will gather to ask an important question: can the United States, China, or anyone else agree on how artificial intelligence should be used and controlled? The World Economic Forum, the international organization that brings together the world’s rich and powerful to discuss global issues at Davos each year, will host the event in San Francisco.
“The questions being asked are more and more specific. What have you done for other people? How can you implement that for us? How, as a client, can we be more efficient?”, said Westland. “These questions are driving a lot of panel tenders at the moment and we have to be able to provide compelling answers.”