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How Enhanced Intelligence and Cognitive Computing Serves the Legal Occupation

How Enhanced Intelligence and Cognitive Computing Serves the Legal Occupation

Since they are not familiar with the innovation, numerous attorneys fidget about the growing appeal of synthetic and increased intelligence. Nevertheless, others are inviting the modifications this innovation will give the practice of law. In this episode of The Digital Edge, hosts Sharon Nelson and Jim Calloway speak to Brian Kuhn, international co-leader for the IBM Watson legal practice, about why attorneys must have an interest in cognitive computing (or increased intelligence) and how attorneys are presently utilizing IBM Watson and other AI innovations. They likewise go over blockchain and how it collaborates with AI.

Brian Kuhn functions as the international co-leader for the IBM Watson legal practice owning international technique and execution throughout customers, legal markets, and internal groups.

The post How Augmented Intelligence and Cognitive Computing Serves the Legal Profession appeared initially on Law Technology Today.

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