NEW YORK, March 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- As machine intelligence becomes more integrated into the practice of law, legal professionals must be prepared to adapt to these new technologies and assess their impact, states Ben Snipes, Product Line Director of Tax at Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. Ben Snipes will present a talk on this subject at Evolve Law's event entitled, "Bridging the Technology Gap in Law."
For Ben's Darwin Talk at this event, he will present, "Having the Answer without Knowing Why: Practicing Law in the Age of Machine Intelligence." He will discuss the impact of machine intelligence on different areas of law, how different courts have dealt with these impacts, and how these precedents provide a model for using machine intelligence in other areas of law.
The Evolve Law event will bring together legal professionals and technology providers to discuss best practices for integrating technology into law practices and legal departments, and finding new solutions for practice management, document automation, client relationship management and more.
"Technology is beginning to blend into the practice of law at many levels," said Snipes. "As these technologies evolve, lawyers will need to adapt to machine learning tools and use them to maintain standards of efficiency and accuracy."
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