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Law firms best positioned to ride AI wave

But humans are still needed to train AI and interpret the information and data produced.

"By using an AI machine-learning engine to review and categorise the data set, we are able to identify points of concern. This enables our lawyers to focus their time on providing high-quality legal analysis and advice to complete the process." - Stephen Hopkins (above), partner and head of global client development at Eversheds Sutherland


THE legal profession has been experiencing change at a rate not seen before, with new technologies upending the old ways of practice, observed Singapore's Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon recently.

He was speaking at Mass Call 2018, where newly minted advocates and...

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