Why the lawyers will win the next round of robot v lawyer

Reminiscent of IBM’s Big Blue beating chess champion Gary Kasparov, a computer scored a higher degree of accuracy in predicting case outcomes than a group of London-based commercial lawyers. In October 2017, CaseCruncher Alpha scored an accuracy of 86.6%. The lawyers scored an accuracy of 62.3%. Why the lawyers will win the next round We don’t know the details of the experience of the individuals who made up the group of London-based commercial lawyers. We don’t know how seriously they took the challenge and we don’t know how much time they put into reviewing the cases they were asked to predict. If verified […]

Tikit Tech Burst Webinar – Secure Document Sharing

  For GC’s who have to balance demands from their businesses and manage their team with very little technology to support them, cloud technology makes a real difference. It’s now much more practical to use technologies from the cloud with much less cost and effort and with fast results. There’s also a side benefit that, for software as a service solutions, you pay for the software as you use it on a subscription basis, so you only pay for what you need. Listen to one (or all!) of these 15 minute sessions to learn some quick ways in which Tikit […]

Richard Susskind talks to Law Vox about the future of lawyers technology in the legal profession

In this episode, Richard Susskind talks to George Miller about the gaining momentum of technology and AI in the law profession. They discuss just how vital it is that lawyers learn to reinvent themselves and work alongside technology and machines rather than compete against them in the next decade, as well as the evolving nature of the relationship between client and practitioner. Susskind also addresses the opportunity young lawyers have to bring about and be a major part of social change in the legal profession, in both their attitude to changing job roles and by placing themselves within firms that […]