• Künstliche Intelligenz in LegalTech

  • The Data-Driven Lawyer and The Future of Legal Technology - Jeff Pfeifer


    Abstract One of the most fundamental challenges that law firms, legal departments, and individual lawyers face today is inextricably tied to data. Data volumes continue to grow at exponential rates, and “big data” is an issue across just about every legal function. This is true whether you’re talking about solving a research or discovery problem, sketching out a legal strategy, assessing the merits of a case, or performing a multitude of tasks that a lawyer now confronts.

    How AI and Machine Learning Are Transforming Law Firms And The Legal Sector - Bernard Marr


    Abstract Whenever a professional sector faces new technology, questions arise regarding how that technology will disrupt daily operations and the careers of those who choose that profession. And lawyers and the legal profession are no exception. Today, artificial intelligence (AI) is beginning to transform the legal profession in many ways, but in most cases it augments what humans do and frees them up to take on higher-level tasks such as advising to clients, negotiating deals and appearing in court.

    Lawyer-Bots Are Shaking Up Jobs - Erin Winick


    Abstract AI is augmenting and automating the tasks currently performed by hundreds of thousands of people in the U.S. alone.

    AI in Law and Legal Practice: A Comprehensive View of 35 Current Applications - Edgar Alan Rayo


    Abstract Artificial intelligence (AI) companies continue to find ways of developing technology that will manage laborious tasks in different industries for better speed and accuracy. In the legal profession, AI has already found its way into supporting lawyers and clients alike.

    The growing interest in applying AI in law is said to be slowly transforming the profession and closing in on the work of paralegals, legal researchers and litigators.

    In this article, we’ll discuss the different ways in which AI is currently applied in the legal profession and how technology providers are trying to streamline work processes. We break down AI’s current legal applications into the followingcategories of applications:

    • Helping lawyers perform due diligence and research
    • Providing additional insights and “shortcuts” through analytics
    • Automating creative processes (including some writing) in legal work
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