Extract from Daniel Gold's article "The New AI Executive: 6 Must-Reads for Legal"
The recent Executive Order on artificial intelligence (AI), though directed at federal agencies to prioritize AI investment in research and development, is likely to continue to spur the conversation on use of AI and machine learning in the legal realm.
This is particularly so in e-discovery, where technology-assisted review (TAR), a form of AI, is seeing greater acceptance and refinement in the legal space—that is, helping corporate legal departments take control of review costs and enabling law firms to provide superior and differentiated services to their clients.
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