David Lat and Brian Dalton report that for the past few months Above the Law and Thomson Reuters have been taking a deep dive into what AI, machine learning, and other cutting-edge technologies mean for lawyers and the legal world. “We’ve been reading, researching, and reporting, talking to experts across the country, to learn how AI will affect law school, legal ethics, litigation, legal research, and the business of law, among other subjects.” Now they are launching a four-part multimedia exploration of how artificial intelligence and similar emerging technologies are reshaping the legal profession. Called Law2020, you can view the presentations here. See also Thomson Reuters’ Demystifying Artificial Intelligence (AI): A legal professional’s 7-step guide through the noise. — Joe
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