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When lawyers go robo

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ARTIFICIAL intelligence now powers a bot that is able to read case law and build a legal position. The "robolegal" is just one example of how technology could make lawyers' lives easier, while at the same time posing a threat to their livelihoods. This Saturday in The Business Times Weekend, we look at what such technology means for the legal fraternity, in Brunch.

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