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Artificial Intelligence

AI: The Path of the Future or Industry Hype?

by Mintz Levin on

Artificial intelligence (AI) — the science of teaching a machine how to “think” — has its roots in the 1950s. But until recently, it was considered a niche that was reserved for academics and government-sponsored research...more

Mitigating Product Liability for Artificial Intelligence

by Jones Day on

The Situation: New technologies incorporating AI create questions about how product liability principles will apply and adapt. The Issue: Legislatures and courts have not addressed how product liability laws apply to new...more

HIMMS, Chronic Care Management, and the Top 5 Overlooked Items

by Dorsey & Whitney LLP on

Harnessing existing digital health solutions to improve chronic care management was a prominent topic at HIMMS this year (amongst many others, including AI and cybersecurity, both of which we will cover in upcoming blog...more

Loose or Tight Fit? Data Partnership Strategies in Voice Solutions

by DataSmart Consulting LLC on

If you don't read The Information, you probably should start. Their recent report on Apple's Siri and the struggle to help Siri's experience improve is a fascinating dive into the pros and cons of an open ecosystem...more

How natural language processing creates value in compliance

As a bridge between humans and computers, the use of natural language processing in compliance demonstrates how this branch of AI is adding value across the financial services industry....more

ALSP – Not Just Your Daddy’s LPO, Part Four: eDiscovery Trends

by CloudNine on

...According to the Thomson Reuters report, ALSPs are likely to continue to expand as the complexity and specialization of legal services grows. Additionally, we can expect that even more areas of ALSP specialization will...more

The Machines Have Won: AI Lessons for E-Discovery from the World of Chess

by Exterro, Inc. on

Artificial intelligence isn’t new in to the legal field. Machine learning applications like predictive coding have been around for years and are well established. But compared to chess, legal AI is very young indeed. So for...more

Can modern technology improve health and safety and save lives?

by Hogan Lovells on

The mining and construction sectors have, historically, been highly labour-intensive, with both these sectors being large-scale employers. Both sectors also consist of a diverse range of employers from small-scale operations...more

Protecting Artificial Intelligence and Big Data Innovations Through Patents: Subject Matter Eligibility

by Jones Day on

The Situation: Artificial intelligence ("AI") and big data ("BD") innovations are a driving force of the current technological revolution, dramatically changing the way we search for information, communicate, operate devices,...more

The South African mining industry is changing, and that's a fact

by Hogan Lovells on

2017 was another tempestuous year for the South African mining and natural resources sector. The sector was disrupted by a range of changes and uncertainties, including the publication of the Reviewed Broad-Based Black...more

5 Things a Successful Law Firm DMS Should Allow In the Age of Machine Learning

by Zero on

The DMS-as-walled-garden approach has been supplanted by a two-faceted need for both security and connectivity....more

Come Harvest Time, Who Owns the Fruits of Machine Learning?

Famously dramatized by the disembodied voice of HAL in Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 film 2001: A Space Odyssey, artificial intelligence has been the subject of humanity’s existential angst for decades. Although Elon Musk warns that...more

Have Our Robot Overlords Finally Arrived?

by Exterro, Inc. on

Have Our Robot Overlords Finally Arrived? If you look at some article titles from the past year dealing with artificial intelligence (AI) and the legal industry, you could be forgiven for thinking so....more

Investor Perspectives - Industries to Watch in 2018

by WilmerHale on

This continues our series of blog posts recapping our January QuickLaunch University webinar on VC investing and what to expect in 2018. In case you missed it, read our first post in this series or download our webinar...more

Top Trend for 2018: Adoption of Intelligent Automation

by Morgan Lewis on

KPMG reported in a recent survey that the top trend for 2018 is the adoption of intelligent automation (IA) as a business strategy. The survey, which KPMG publishes on a quarterly basis, reviews global business services, IA,...more

Your Daily Dose of Financial News

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

The US government’s determination that Broadcom’s hostile takeover bid of Qualcomm “could pose a national security risk” is complicating an already high-stakes (and unwelcomed) overture by Broadcom. The Committee on Foreign...more

Discrimination and Algorithms in Financial Services: Unintended Consequences of AI

It’s troubling enough when facial recognition software couldn’t recognize Asian faces, the crime prediction algorithm targeted black neighborhoods, the job bank was more likely to show men highly paid executive jobs, and the...more

Privacy Please: HIPAA and Artificial Intelligence – Part I

What if Artificial Intelligence (AI) is deployed within a health system to apply machine learning to patient information, in part, to allow patients to download information and wellness numbers (such as steps, blood pressure,...more

Financial Regulatory Observer - February 2018: European fintech: New rules on the way

by White & Case LLP on

With fintechs attracting increasing interest from venture capitalists, growth in the M&A activity and partnerships with incumbents, 2018 is shaping up to be the year of the regulators....more

FDA Clears mHealth App That Uses AI to Signal Signs of Stoke

by Kelley Drye & Warren LLP on

FDA announced last week that it has cleared for marketing an mHealth app that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to analyze CT images for signs of stroke. The app, called Contact, is a clinical decision support tool marketed...more

93 Percent of Legal Professionals Surveyed by Consilio Think AI Will Be Helpful to Legal: eDiscovery Trends

by CloudNine on

...While the ultimate impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on the business of law remains to be seen, legal professionals are largely positive about how it will affect the industry and their day-to-day jobs, according to a...more

Wealth management: Meeting high client expectations

The wealth management landscape is constantly evolving. Today’s investors have high expectations, demanding anytime, anywhere access to accounts and information, while expecting frictionless speed of updates and requiring...more

What Artificial Intelligence Can - and Can’t - Do to Help Fraud and Corruption Investigators Tackle Big Data

For investigators, artificial intelligence is providing new opportunities to uncover fraud and corruption and to drive efficiency and accuracy as they analyze the cascade of data in the context of an investigation....more

Blockchain and Quantum Computing

2018 promises great inroads in the realm of “quantum computing.” While conventional computers use binary data or bits (i.e., 0s and 1s) to store and process information (a bit can either store a 0 or 1), a quantum computer...more

The future of arbitration: New technologies are making a big impact — and AI robots may take on “human” roles

by Hogan Lovells on

Will new technologies influence the way cases are arbitrated? That was the topic of a debate that included members of the ICC International Court of Arbitration and Hogan Lovells partners Winston Maxwell and Laurent Gouiffès...more

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