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ChatGPT, what are the biggest issues the legal industry faces in the future? [With AI Images via DALL-E]

January 14, 2023 Future of Legal Services

[Translate] Welcome to this latest blog post, where we explore the future of the legal industry through the eyes of ChatGPT, a state-of-the-art language model developed by OpenAI. In his primary role as Client Services Director at Moore Legal Technology, WardblawG’s founder Gav Ward, and, indeed, our whole team at MLT are exploring ChatGPT and […]

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Should legal practices adopt a hybrid-working model?

February 24, 2022 Future of Legal Services

[Translate] The legal sector has been moving towards digitisation for decades – some firms faster than others – but the global pandemic and several national lockdowns have resulted in many accelerating their plans to accommodate a blend of home and office working: the hybrid-working model. Like millions of other businesses, the success of legal practices […]

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Artificial Intelligence vs Human Intelligence in the Legal Sector

September 25, 2021 Future of Legal Services

[Translate] Artificial intelligence has influenced nearly every area of our world, whether or not you realise it. For example, if you want to get answers to a customer service question and you check out a live chat or chatbot function on a company’s website, before you speak to someone, you may be interacting with artificial […]

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Artificial Intelligence in the Legal Sector – 48% of London law firms surveyed already using AI and a further 41% will soon start

June 4, 2018 Future of Legal Services

[Translate] The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the legal sector is becoming increasingly common, but opinions vary on whether this increased reliance is a good or bad thing. Increased Take-up of AI A recent study of London law firms by CBRE revealed that 48% are already using AI and a further 41% will start […]

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