How Artificial Intelligence and Technology Is Changing the Practice of Law

September 29, 2016

ABI Editor-at-Large Bill Rochelle talks with Prof. Lois Lupica of the University of Maine School of Law and former ABI Resident Scholar about artificial intelligence (AI) in the practice of law. As IBM's "ROSS," the first AI attorney, was hired earlier this year, Lupica discusses the potential ways that AI will change the way that bankruptcy practitioners do business, including document discovery, case predictive software and more.

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