5 things lawyers should know about artificial intelligence

Although artificial intelligence has been the subject of academic research since the 1950s and has been used commercially in some industries for decades, it is still in its infancy across much of the broader economy. The rapid adoption of this technology, along with the unique privacy, security and liability issues associated with it, has created opportunities for lawyers to help their clients capture its economic value while ensuring its use is ethical and legal. However, before advising clients on AI issues, lawyers should have some basic technical knowledge to answer questions about legal compliance.

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