Artificial Intelligence: Lawyers Embracing the AI (Artificial Intelligence) Mania!!

by Christopher Ryan Lusby on Jun. 07, 2018

Business 

Summary: Technology Driving the Legal Field

As technology continues to move forward, and in large part bringing our economy with it, the industries that have in times past been neglect of embracing technology are going to have to find a way to embrace our technological age.

 

Can you picture an Arnold Schwarzenegger figure robot sitting across a desk giving you legal advice?

 

While that may be an extreme visualization of legal services embracing current Artificial Intelligence technology, it is not as far off base as you would think.

 

Ross Intelligence provides the worlds most formative AI attorney, and while the AI attorney is in the cloud, as opposed to being a physical robot, ROSS is striving to provide the legal answers one could expect to receive from their trusted attorney.

 

The ROSS platform uses AI to search and research legal questions. The platform is connected to legal databases and when prompted with a legal question ROSS conducts research using AI technology to provide clear answers to the legal questions posed that are based in the available law.

 

Pretty nifty. While this step is necessary when developing a case for a client it is not the only, or even the most important step, and therefore the flesh and blood attorney still plays the most vital role in the legal process. However, with tools such as this in the lawyers belt, the legal services rendered may be more efficient and in-depth and at the end of the day help the client more.

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