Will artificial intelligence (AI) eventually replace attorneys? People in the legal profession have mixed feelings on the matter. When lawyers and legal industry experts were asked about the potential of AI in a Thomson Reuters survey, their responses were ambivalent:
- 82% said generative AI can be used on legal work
- 51% said generative AI should be used on legal work
The reasons for these differences in responses can range from perceived affordability challenges, complexity of delivery, or potential legal risks. Though some of the industry’s anxieties might be overblown, there are clear limitations for what AI should and should not be allowed to do.
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