There is a lot of talk about truck drivers losing their jobs due to artificial intelligence. But here is another profession looking down the same road:
An AI Law Firm Wants to ‘Automate the Entire Legal World’
Unchanged for the past hundred years, the legal industry now faces its turn to be automatized. The idea of legal tech is not new, however not until today have algorithms been ready to seriously transform the legal industry.
Source: An AI Law Firm Wants to ‘Automate the Entire Legal World’
Two experts, Kay Firth-Butterfield and David Bray, discuss some central issues of using artificial intelligence.
AI is surrounded by marketing hype, jargon, inflated expectations, and fear. Two experts offer realistic and thoughtful ideas about AI in our society and economy.
Source: Artificial Intelligence: Legal, ethical, and policy issues | ZDNet
VIDEO: Mikko Hypponen at F-Secure talks about the possibilities and dangers of self-driving cars.
Driverless cars and trucks have a great potential. Meanwhile, they also raise a set of questions we haven’t answered yet.
Motoring News -DAVOS • Evangelists for driverless cars see a bright future coming down the road: thousands of lives saved, countless driving hours freed up, cityscapes transformed with traffic jams vanquished.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Source: Driverless cars a headache for society, lawmakers, Motoring News & Top Stories – The Straits Times
Manufacturers of cars and trucks are eager to see the laws go hand-in-hand with their own development.
General Motors, Nissan and Volkswagen are among the auto companies involved in the efforts.
Source: Auto Industry Lobbyists in Boston Push Hard for Autonomous Vehicle Legislation Reform
Tesla and Uber are fighting over their intellectual capital.
Tesla threw some shade at Uber and General Motors in a lawsuit filing unrelated to the two companies.
Source: Tesla says Uber Otto purchase was demoware – Business Insider
Smarter insurance plans thanks to Artificial Intelligence?
NYC-based Lemonade hopes to reverse the poor reputation of insurance companies by using tech and behavioral science to appeal to younger customers
Source: How artificial intelligence could help make the insurance industry trustworthy | Guardian Sustainable Business | The Guardian