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The primary aim of artificial intelligence (AI), particularly in the legal industry, is to streamline operations that traditionally require extensive human intervention. Generative AI (GAI), like the popular ChatGPT tool, emulates human cognitive functions like learning, problem-solving, and decision-making. By automating routine and time-consuming tasks, AI liberates legal professionals from the drudgery of rote

Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly transforming the way law firms operate. Legal AI tools are making it easier for lawyers and legal professionals to streamline processes, automate tasks, and increase efficiency and productivity.   
According to recent reports, law firms are well on their way to adopting and implementing AI technology. An article from The American

In this digital age, the practice of law looks a bit different. Integrating artificial intelligence (AI) and generative artificial intelligence (GAI) is becoming more and more common—presenting both opportunities and challenges for legal practitioners. Many industries are wrestling with the complex AI legal issues that come with adopting this new technology, and while concerns about

Reading, reviewing, and crafting discovery responses isn’t just tedious—it’s downright time-consuming. But for legal professionals, artificial intelligence (AI) enables firms to work smarter, not harder. MyCase has partnered with Briefpoint to help firms save time on discovery documents by eliminating repetitive work required for responses. 
What is Briefpoint?
Briefpoint is a time-saving tool that automates

Over the past decade, artificial intelligence (AI) has become a transformative force in the legal industry. From the initial adoption of digital workflows in SaaS platforms to the cutting-edge capabilities of generative AI, legal AI is evolving at an unprecedented pace. This evolution is reshaping the fundamentals of how legal professionals operate, and knowing how

For centuries, lawyers have been trusted advisors in navigating the legal system. However, with the rise of artificial intelligence (AI), a question looms: Will AI replace lawyers?
The short answer is no, but writing off AI altogether would be a disservice to your firm and clients. 
AI is changing how legal professionals operate, and there’s

Artificial intelligence (AI) is here to stay, and legal professionals are eager to know how they can leverage it to increase productivity in their firms, which is why we’ve partnered with to offer MyCase customers powerful, AI-assisted document review and analysis. This integration empowers law firms to leverage advanced AI to quickly analyze case

Artificial intelligence (AI) is not just the tech buzzword of the decade but a transformative force reshaping industries worldwide. AI expands far beyond unlocking your smartphone with a glance or tracking the journey of your lunch order. 
How does AI fit into the stringent, compliance-driven world of law? The answer lies in harnessing the power