ABA Panelists Look to Calm Artificial Intelligence Fears
A panel of lawyers and tech experts reassured attorneys on Friday that legal technologies based on artificial intelligence aren't destined to replace them but to help them and their clients by sorting through massive amounts of data, aiding with repetitive tasks and eliminating human error.
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