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Initiative to expand education of judiciary, legal community on evolving AI technology and solutions WASHINGTON, D.C., June 27, 2024 – The National Center for State Courts (NCSC) and the Thomson Reuters Institute, part of global content and technology company Thomson Reuters (TSX/NYSE: TRI), today announced the launch of a strategic artificial intelligence (AI) partnership called the

Instructive that this article is penned by “Anonymous”.   By Anonymous. Lawyers make mistakes. That’s why they take out professional liability insurance. This raises the question in the wake of the Stanford University study into the accuracy of Thomson Reuters’ and LexisNexis’ generative AI tools: what are we comparing these systems against when it comes

Morocco has started using artificial intelligence (AI) in its courts to transcribe rulings, conduct research, retrieve archived texts, and more. The North African country’s Justice Minister Abdellatif Ouahbi confirmed that the government had purchased an AI program and handed it to the President of the Supreme Judicial Council to distribute in the country’s courts. Ouahbi believes that

To the extent federal judges acknowledge generative artificial intelligence at all, it’s to newsjack some cheap publicity by decrying it as a scourge or to cynically distract from discussing the ethical cesspool that’s developed on their watch. Which makes a recent Eleventh Circuit concurrence by Judge Kevin Newsom an intriguing change of pace. Because, over the course of a

Legal IT insider reports Swiss-founded legal tech startup DeepJudge has raised $10.7m in an oversubscribed seed funding round led by New York private equity firm Coatue. Additionally, the company today (18 June) announced the availability of DeepJudgeKnowledge Assistant, a generative AI interface for law firms and legal departments to access their document knowledge base. Founded by AI researchers and

  Launches new, ready-to-deploy, light-touch generative AI knowledge management solution London, U.K. – 17 June 2024 – Lexsoft Systems, a provider of IT and business process solutions, today announced the availability of a new, ready-to-deploy, light-touch version of its T3 GenAI knowledge management (KM) solution for small and growing law firms. Leveraging generative AI technology, this new

On May 15, the Bipartisan Senate Artificial Intelligence (AI) Working Group (“Working Group”) released a report titled “Driving U.S. Innovation in Artificial Intelligence” that lays out a detailed policy roadmap for approaching the risks and benefits of AI. The Working Group—consisting of Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), Sens. Mike Rounds (R-SD), Martin Heinrich (D-NM) and Todd Young

On May 17, Colorado enacted SB 24-205 (the “Act”) concerning consumer protections in interactions with artificial intelligence (AI) systems. The Act requires developers of “high-risk” AI systems—defined as AI systems that make “consequential” decisions relating to education, employment, financial or lending services, housing, or insurance, etc.—to take reasonable care to protect consumers from “any known or reasonably

Lawyers in the UK are wary of the government stepping in to regulate the profession’s use of artificial intelligence – but not as wary as their transatlantic colleagues, international research has revealed. According to a study by legal information giant Thomson Reuters, 48% of lawyers in UK firms and 50% of in-house lawyers believe that