Artificial intelligence will be woven into almost all the tools and services lawyers use to do their jobs and this will greatly assist them in enhancing productivity and making better legal decisions, a professional in the trade says.
As it gets easier to connect with one another, the lines become increasingly blurred between our physical reality and the digital world. The million-dollar question is whether the enterprise will be able to effectively manage both their intelligent machines and their human talent, an expert in the field of innovation says.
There is a dramatic difference between analysing and understanding data, and it is problematic to assume that people alone can completely comprehend the level of data presented to them. Visualisation helps democratise data, according to a senior practitioner in the field.