Category Archives: artificial intelligence

Artificial Intelligence and Access to Justice in the US and England and Wales.

There is a lot of activity happening under the umbrella of artificial intelligence. In this country and in the field of access to justice, much of it is, however prospective – promised rather than realised. In the US, matters are further ahead and there are interesting developments like the Learned Hands gamification of problem classification … Continue reading Artificial Intelligence and Access to Justice in the US and England and Wales.

How will artificial intelligence impact on access to justice?

How will artificial intelligence (AI) impact on the access to justice sector of the legal services market? Clearly, it will have a major effect on the commercial sector of law and the Law Society of England and Wales is but the latest professional body to provide what it calls a ‘horizon scanning’ view of its … Continue reading How will artificial intelligence impact on access to justice?

Artificial Intelligence, Legal Services and Justice

Discussion of artificial intelligence is hard to escape. There are recently published macro studies like Max Tegmark’s Life 3.0  which opens with an apocalyptic (fictional) vision of a dystopian future from w which we are to be (putatively) saved by the (real) intervention of such as Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking to support the work … Continue reading Artificial Intelligence, Legal Services and Justice

Setting out the Artificial Intelligence Stall: Herbert Smith Freehills displays its wares

City firm Herbert Smith Freehills lives in a very different part of the legal eco-system than those providing services for those on low incomes. But, it has produced an interesting report entitled Artificial Intelligence: the client perspective with insights both general and specific. The paper is only 12 pages with generous illustrations: it is worth … Continue reading Setting out the Artificial Intelligence Stall: Herbert Smith Freehills displays its wares