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Is using new AI technologies for legal research useful?
The progression of AI and tech in the legal industry is useful for all parties.
AI will be able to analyse huge amounts of information very quickly
Legal decisions would be more unbiased and unemotional and right because the AI would not feel and act on facts.
Using research tools would remove human error when doing tedious research or analysis tasks.
Using legal research tools frees up entry-level employees to work on more complex cases which may be a more valuable use of their time.
The world is progressing this way anyway, so it is better to adapt at the beginning and work with the new and improving technology than against it.
Using AI has the potential to be a lucrative investment for the firm.
AI might be programmed in a biased way.
Entry-level jobs will be cut.
The use of AI technology is scary for many people, and could make them uncomfortable working with it.
Clients might react negatively to a firm investing in AI instead of humans.
General AI should have fundamental rights
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