The Robots Have Come For The Legal Industry
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Artificial intelligence has swept across the culture, animating everything from philosophy to linguistics to cooking, and the legal industry is no different. This week on Pro Say, the hosts dive deep into whether and how lawyers are grappling with how to deploy generative AI tools like ChatGPT into their work across a number of areas. Legal aid groups have been eager to use AI, often covering for small staffs and budgets to farm legal services out to those that can’t afford them through traditional channels. Also, we explore the travails of one company that may have played fast and loose with the use of a “robot lawyer” to resolve legal issues. Finally, an appropriately blithe accounting of the Gwyneth Paltrow skiing crash trial.
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