Considerations For Attorneys Using Artificial Intelligence
Artificial intelligence is perhaps the most transformational technology of our era, “likely to leave no stratum of society untouched.” The legal services sector will be no exception. AI generally refers to machines that exhibit human-like intelligence, which lies on a multidimensional spectrum, ranging from artificial general intelligence (AGI) (e.g., comparable to that of the human mind) to narrow AI (e.g., focusing on specific tasks), and covers diverse machine capabilities such as natural language processing (NLP), classification, and image and concept recognition. And much has recently been said about people’s fears of AGI, as well as the impending replacements of attorneys by AI.
This article was first published in Law360.