How Lawyers Consider the Risks of AI Automation

The legal profession is not the most automated profession in the world, at the same time, it’s a paper dependant craft, where they make really critical decisions at key times and interpret things much more so than an AI or a model would readily do. It’s not certain if it’s possible and even plausible that an AI could do some of these things. As such, we dive into the Risks of AI Automation.

There are many reasons why automation has sort of trumped labor for a while, and that sort of calculus doesn’t really exist for lawyers per se, because you’re talking about billables at a very high rate versus automating something away in the chance that you would actually solve the problem that a lawyer will do.

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