Technology-savvy junior associates should take advantage of artificial intelligence being adopted at law firms. Bird & Bird’s Artur-Konrad Wypych explains how integrating AI in a law firm helps train junior associates, allows them to produce higher quality work, and helps with retention.
The intersection of technology and mental health often carries negative connotations in the media. Less reported however, is how technology is positively impacting, and potentially transforming, the way that lawyers are able to cope with ever-growing workloads.
'Perhaps the major shift of the year was towards the adoption of artificial intelligence and automation. The big winner in this field is Slaughter & May-backed, Luminance, which has been adopted by firms across the continent’.
The World Economic Forum today announced its list of 56 companies selected as Technology Pioneers, and this year’s class demonstrates the growing embrace of artificial intelligence and machine learning across a broad range of sectors.
Three British firms have been included on a World Economic Forum list of the technology start-ups at the cutting edge of future industries such as cyber security, cleantech, autonomous vehicles and food security.
Legaltech has for the first time been recognised in The Europas Awards, which recognise the hottest tech startups in Europe – Luminance, Lexoo and Seedlegals are all on the shortlist in the ‘Hottest B2B/SaaS Startup’ award and voting is open now.
Eight Cambridge life science and technology companies were today unveiled to win coveted Queen’s Awards in the UK. Luminance and Speechmatics were victorious in the Innovation category where competition is traditionally red hot.
Luminance Technologies Ltd., a U.K. company that sells artificial intelligence software that helps lawyers review documents and conduct due diligence, has been valued at $100 million in its latest funding round.