As legal departments start to embrace AI adoption, both opportunities and concerns arise. Learn about possible ethical dilemmas AI raises, potential costs of adoption and 5 things you should do next.
As in-house counsel, your job has always been about doing more with less. Artificial intelligence has a wide range of current and potential uses to help you get more done in less time with limited resources.
The adoption of AI presents legal departments with opportunities but also raises concerns. Law departments must assess ROI, as costs will likely be high initially - training lawyers on the technology and ensuring they still meet their ethical obligations.
What will widespread adoption of AI technology mean for the legal profession? How can in-house attorneys navigate the possible ethical dilemmas of having a machine doing work typically done by counsel?
Get answers to these ambiguous questions in this white paper. PLUS – learn the 5 things your legal department should do next regarding AI!
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