Prediction: Sustaining, Disruptive and Revolutionary Innovation- Sean HockingAs COVID forces disruption upon the world there is an opportunity for extensive positive change including in the law. Courts that have resisted online document submission and video...
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The practice of law changed almost overnight in March, with in-person meetings, court hearings and work environments being replaced with online technology. What has changed with the pandemic is not working from home – because we know this is only to be short lived – it is working digitally.
Google has called on the European Union to use current EU laws to govern the use of artificial intelligence rather than draft new ones and cautioned against a one size fits all regulatory framework because of AI’s diverse applications. Reports The Insurance Journal.
UC Davis Law Student Alison Corn was recently awarded a second place prize at the International Iron Tech Lawyer Invitational for her innovative app assisting domestic abuse survivors, according to the UC Davis School of Law.
On May 19, 2020, Representative Morgan Griffith (R-VA-9) introduced the Advancing Quantum Computing Act (AQCA), which would require the Secretary of Commerce to conduct a study on quantum computing.
Rekha Shenoy points legal professionals toward understanding their data and collaborating with IT teams on technology systems that are straightforward and self-service writes LexBlog
An online dispute resolution forum for small businesses is among the projects to receive £2m in government backing in the latest initiative to nurture ‘lawtech’. The Ministry of Justice-backed LawTechUK Vision announced today will also develop a ‘sandbox’ to help test new ideas for transforming the legal sector through digital technologies.
Professionals embracing technologies such as AI, robotics, data rooms, deal management platforms, client portals, automated reporting and e-signatures will be able to provide their services faster, better and at lower rates.
The working group will be charged with exploring the development of a regulatory sandbox to evaluate possible changes to existing laws and rules that may inhibit the development of innovative legal service delivery systems.