From AI that can predict the outcome of a trial to software that can sift through mountains of evidence in record time, technology is finally starting to change law in remarkable ways. But it begs the question – if in some cases technology can do a lawyer’s work better than the lawyer, what does that mean for the future of legal jobs?
Benjamin Alarie, CEO and co-founder of Blue J Legal, a Toronto company that uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to predict legal outcomes
Puneet Tiwari, co-founder of Evichat, a Toronto company that enables lawyers to efficiently sort and review evidence from social media
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