– by Michael Williams, Partner, GILBERT + TOBIN
Automation is not what most professionals have in mind when they think of how technology will affect their disciplines. The legal profession is no different. Up until now, technology in law has been a search for greater efficiencies based on the same underlying model of practice. However, there are new technologies based on automation that are on the verge of becoming a reality. Think artificial intelligence (AI), smart appliances and driverless cars. The same impetus to automate routine tasks, behind these technologies, is now coming to legal practice.
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