8 August 2023FeaturesInfluential Women in IPRose Place

Generative AI tools: An agent of bias?

In the legal sector, the use of artificial intelligence (AI) is increasing. Some law firms have adopted AI tools that process documents and review contracts, while others are going as far as generating legal recommendations and predictions.

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