Posted on 02/04/2018 at 12:00 AM by Chuck Fox
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is popping up everywhere. Facebook and Google use it. Netflix relies on it to figure out what movies or TV shows will interest you. Amazon’s AI knows the next book you want to read and Tesla leverages AI for its autopilot feature. From what you want to read to where you want to go, it seems there are few limits to where and how AI can be applied. Even the practice of law, which is known for being a slow adopter of new technologies, is finding ways to streamline processes through artificial intelligence and machine learning.
As a tool in the arsenal of the legal teams who handle construction matters, AI is also finding a home. And as it turns out, construction litigation may be a particularly rich application for artificial intelligence. I’ll explain, but first, let’s explore how lawyers are using AI in their day to day work.