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We are already starting to see significant advantages being gleaned by sophisticated parties leveraging machine learning legal prediction technologies, said Blue J Legal CEO Benjamin Alarie.
Why Law Firms and Their Clients Will Be the Big Legal Tech Winners
Blue J Legal announced today its partnership with Moodys Tax, an integrated tax law/advisory, planning, and accounting firm, to develop a dynamic Tax on Split Income (TOSI) navigator, housed on Blue J Legal's Canadian Tax Foresight platform.
The robots are coming for the tax planners, but from what I can see, we will probably last longer than the truck drivers. This is my tentative conclusion from poking around with Blue J Legal’s Tax Foresight.
One of the issues employers are still grappling with is drug testing for marijuana - even though the legal test to determine when and in what circumstances drug testing is reasonable remains the same, says Bettina Xue Griffin, legal associate ...
Ultimately, it's going to come down to some extent to geopolitics -- the amount of tax isn't going to make a dent with these tech players, [Blue J Legal CEO Benjamin Alarie] said.
Automation will shake up jobs the legal sector. It’s also a golden opportunity for firms to update the skills of their legal professionals.
Using technology to predict legal outcomes is a potential game-changer. But there was another story: Some of the lawyers the tool said were the best fit for real cases felt uneasy about the whole thing.
In the future, self-driving cars may become the norm on roads rather than the subject of promising reports from the tech industry’s leading companies. What first seemed impossible has now progressed into the realm of believability. A similar ...
Artificial intelligence (AI) has often sought to mimic or copy the cognitive processes of the human mind, which can be described as a “neural network.” More complex versions of these algorithms...
An increasing proportion of US workers are receiving their income from gig work with the IRS reporting that at least 11.8% of US workers are now participating in part-time work facilitated by app-based providers like Uber and Grubhub. This ...
A renaissance in artificial intelligence research has been driven by reimagining obstacles as "prediction problems," according to a professor and author.