May 29, 2019

How Artificial Intelligence is Transforming Corporate Legal Operations in 2019

Legal professionals from around the world gathered for CLOC 2019 (Corporate Legal Operations Consortium) in what proved to be an educational, eye opening and frankly exciting event that puts a light on the transformation happening within legal operations of enterprise.

March 19, 2019

Why is there outrage about the OpenAI massive language model?

OpenAI recently published work on a new language model that has generated buzz in the media and the developer community. Aside from refining some technical aspects of the model based on recent advances, the unique thing about this model is its size.

February 12, 2013

How We Test Accuracy

We say that DiligenceEngine finds 90% or more of the instances of nearly every contract provision it covers. How do we know this?

April 10, 2012

April Fools! Or Not.

Google announced a partnership with NASCAR for their 2012 April Fools joke: Google’s self-driving cars were to compete in NASCAR races.

March 20, 2012

Is Technology Making Us Dumber?

Has your once-good ability to remember phone numbers declined to the point where you can dial few without looking? Do you now also forget facts, dates or the exact wording of legal rules that you once remembered well?

February 14, 2012

Pub Crawls and Information Overload

Information overload is one of the world’s major commercially-addressable problems. More information than ever is accessible. But it’s hard to find what we’re looking for.

January 26, 2012

How to Compete with Increasingly-Powerful Technology

Increasingly powerful technology is transforming industries worldwide, and there’s more to come. Even white collar work like that done by lawyers and doctors is more-and-more susceptible to tech-driven change.

November 11, 2011

AI: Threat or Opportunity for Lawyers?

The Economist recently ran a post on their Babbage (science and technology) blog on whether the “Luddite Fallacy” remains a fallacy as artificial intelligence takes on more and more white collar tasks.

September 16, 2011

Software is Writing News Articles. Here's Why Lawyers Should Care

The New York Times recently ran an article on Narrative Science, a Chicago company that Transforms data into high-quality editorial content.