AI in IP Opens Questions of Liability

Lawyers should respond with caution, not aversion

Artificial intelligence is filling the role of attorneys at law firms more and more. And that includes in situations that could get a law firm into trouble. As artificial intelligence has become more sophisticated, it gets introduced into new industries and job roles. In the legal world, machine learning tools are being adopted for research and crunching litigation data and helping attorneys gain an upper hand in their cases. Popular tools can sift through public data to determine which arguments are the most effective and for which judges. Other solutions might be used to review documents in

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