Tag Archives: Artificial Lawyer

Blockchain Choice:  Option A, have every lawyer in your firm read this; Option B, call the liquidator.

It is not charming to brag about one’s ignorance of technology. I’m sure you have heard some colleagues announce dismissively: “Technology is for young people. If I’m lucky, I will be able to retire from this profession without ever learning much about it.” With the advent of blockchain technology, that sentiment will damage your firm. … Continue Reading

Who would you have review your NDAs: A machine (AI) or a human?

An article in Artificial Lawyer reports that a challenge that pitted 20 highly qualified lawyers against a LawGeex artificial intelligence algorithm to identify risks in non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) resulted in a 94% accuracy rate for the AI vs. 86% for the humans. The article explains that “The study asked each lawyer to annotate five [never … Continue Reading

“Legal Tech as a Service” (LTaaS): When? Now.

Artificial Lawyer reports that the global law firm Allen & Overy, always on the forefront of law-related technology, has just released three new “legal and RegTech” apps through its growing online subscription service, aosphere. The new apps, created using the Neota Logic platform, offer tools to clients with cross-border legal issues in three specific areas: … Continue Reading

Smart Contracts and Crowdsourced Juries

A new start-up company, appropriately named jury.online, is planning to crowdsource juries for the arbitration of contract disputes. The company, which is based in Estonia, describes itself as “The Future of Dispute Resolution,” although an article on Artificial Lawyer points out that its approach to jury selection raises a number of legal questions, among them: “Is a ruling by a group of anonymous jurors … Continue Reading