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Small Data Can Play a Big Role in AI
Author H. James Wilson/HBR.org: Don’t underestimate the power of your untapped data sets.
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Computers that say No
Author Roger Smith/Law, Technology and Access to Justice: Two reports in UK papers over the last week – on the defects of facial recognition technology in the Guardian and on automated decision-making in immigration cases in the Financial Times –
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The Recent Spate of Law Firm Hacks, Explained
Author Joseph Fawbush, Esq./Technologist: A hacker group is targeting law firms with ransomware. Read about it on FindLaw’s Technologist.
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Coming Soon: AI-Driven, Personalized Legal News from ALM
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: For legal professionals, it can be a challenge to keep up with the legal news that matters to your practice. Later this month, ALM, the publisher of Law.com, The American Lawyer, Corporate Counsel, and other legal publications,
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Data Standards: Helping Your Legal Tech Applications Talk To Each Other
Author Legal Executive Institute/Legal Executive Institute: One of the biggest challenges in today’s legal tech environment is “interoperability” — how computer systems and software talk to and work with each other. The post Data Standards: Helping Your Legal Tech Applications
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Knowable Says Its New Platform Turns Your Contracts Into Actionable Data
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: Large companies have a problem: Keeping tabs on their hundreds or even thousands of contracts and knowing what is in them. The legal technology company Knowable believes it has a solution to that problem: Technology that translates
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Global Legal Hackaton partners with leading legal industry organizations
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: The Global Legal Hackathon today announced a worldwide collaboration with She Breaks the Law, RSG Consulting, and global law firm BCLP to launch the GLH Inclusivity Challenge during
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Law School Rankings Mania — See Also
Author Kathryn Rubino/Above the Law: More Law School Rankings: This one mixes up the traditional top of the list. Fun With AI: Robots could replace legislatures pretty easily. Working For The Trump Administration Isn’t Easy: A bunch of prosecutors have
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Linking Content into the Client Journey: Why Content Experience Matters
Author /Law.com: One of the most effective components of legal marketing is thought leadership content. With today’s available palette of media tools, law firms are able to design, build and customize the content that their client’s experience like never before.
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Corporate Legal Departments Slow to Adopt Artificial Intelligence Contract Analysis Tools
Author /Corporate Counsel: Many large legal departments have yet to embrace artificial intelligence to manage contracts and are instead manually sifting through vast amounts of data, an onerous process that likely explains why only 56% of general counsel offices analyze
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U.S. District Court Clears Sprint, T-Mobile for Merger. Will This Speed 5G Networks?
Author Joseph Fawbush, Esq./Technologist: After Sprint’s takeover, how many 5G networks can we expect? Read more on FindLaw’s Technologist.
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Westlaw Uses AI To Prove Legislatures Are Entirely Predictable
Author Joe Patrice/Above the Law: Robots may be able to replace politicians entirely.
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