Law Society blog - artificial intelligence
Here are all the posts tagged with "artificial intelligence".
14 March 2019
The recent surge in machine learning popularity, largely driven by the success of deep learning since around 2010, has provided much excitement around the possible applications for law firms, explains Rafie, CEO and Co-founder of Genie AI, a machine learning startup.
12 December 2018
When, if at all, might computers replace humans and in what capacities? And how can we grasp the reach and depth of the transformations that are already well underway?
17 October 2018
Algorithms and data are increasingly influencing the justice system. Professor Sofia Olhede and Dr Patrick Wolf explain the basics all lawyers should understand.
13 June 2018
The traditionally cautious legal sector was a relatively late adopter of technology, but this is changing.
09 April 2018
Unconscious bias is a reality in our lives, in our culture, and in the workplace. And now it's becoming codified in artificial intelligence (AI).
27 June 2017
AI has the potential to augment our ability to deliver affordable, quality, professional services. Does it also have the potential to leave you out of a job? An AI could make legal decisions, but what about ethical decisions?
23 June 2016
Jonathan Smithers explains how artificial intelligence has permeated our lives and considers the consequences for the legal profession.
03 June 2016
LHS Solicitors discuss the growth of AI and the impact it will have on the legal profession.
02 June 2016
Artificial intelligence (AI) and the Modern Transport Bill are among the topics discussed in this month's review by the president, Jonathan Smithers. Watch his blog to also find out about the latest international engagements, the London Legal Walk 2016 and to learn about our upcoming conference during London Technology Week this June.