How to Get Artificially Intelligent in Litigation

Visit Amazon and you will be presented with a list of other products you may like to purchase, browse Netflix and the platform will highlight shows you may be interested in watching, log into Facebook and you will be delivered information on our electronic friends based on our perceived likes and dislikes. AI learns from our behaviours and our interactions and then uses this information to point us towards other things that might grab our attention. What’s more, it does all this with such subtlety that we begin to take its convenience for granted.

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