Is Artificial Intelligence the innovation your law firm needs?
Find out more about the panel discussion being held at the Legalex 2016 event, hosted by Chrissie Lightfoot.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is increasingly seen as the tool to help us when we’re faced with new and unprecedented developments. AI is all around us, and can be found via:
- Siri on your iPhone
- Anti-lock brakes in your car
- Amazon’s recommendations
But what about AI in law?
A search for “artificial intelligence in law” produced 105,000 results in just the news section alone of Google’s vast index. From the web as a whole, 25,900,000 results were found, which means there is an increase in searches on what robots can help lawyers with.
Keeping in mind this increase, we are holding a panel discussion at this year’s Legalex at ExCeL London on the 11th & 12th of May. Our host Chrissie Lightfoot (one of the world’s top women futurists and best-selling author of The Naked Lawyer and Tomorrow’s Naked Lawyer), said: “LegalEx is one of the key events of the year in the legal calendar and proves very popular with legal professionals and business people in general.”
Order your free ticket and take part in discussing the future of the legal industry in “Robots in Law. Let’s Be Friends”.
Chrissie Lightfoot: “How AI and robots are making a positive impact in legal services TODAY, bringing about increasingly accurate, efficient, effective, smart, liberal, and profitable lawyering.”
Forget the theory, what’s happening in practice? As a legal service provider, rather than hearing about theoretical solutions, learn and understand what practical technological solutions are available NOW.
By attending this session, you will hear from leading thought leaders, technology providers, and practitioners on how cognitive computing, AI, and robots are actually making THE difference in businesses of law for both lawyers/law firms and clients. The panellists will help you understand the range of affordable AI systems available and share with you their insights as to how AI technologies are being used as legal services and/or products today and how they could potentially be used in the months and years ahead to give you competitive advantage.
The confirmed panel members are:
- David George, IBM Watson Emerging Technology Specialist
- Greg Wildisen, Neota Logic International Managing Director
- James Duckenfield, Xerox XCAS Chief Innovation Officer
- Mike Potter, Addleshaw Goddard LLP Partner and Head of the Transaction Services
- Peter Wallqvist, RAVN Systems CEO
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