As long we need judges and lawyers in our courtrooms, one would think the legal profession has some time before being totally disrupted by artificial intelligence upheaval.
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How wrong that assumption appears to be.
In a New York courtroom, lawyers have started to look for an upper hand by invoking artificial intelligence platforms to do legal research and prepare court briefs. In a recent case, covered by the New York Times, it is clear that…
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