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Does Artificial Intelligence (AI) in law make you uneasy? If so, you are not alone. However, there are several misconceptions about AI, particularly in the legal field. Read on to find out the facts and what to look out for in your law firm or legal career.
Myth 1: AI will replace lawyers
There are growing concerns that AI will replace lawyers, but that’s simply not the case. When used properly, AI can boost lawyers’ capacity for work. AI is best used in combination with lawyers’ own knowledge, experiences, and continuous oversight.
At Talent Engines, we’ve used AI to enhance the legal recruitment process. Our Talent Advisors can spend more time assisting law firms and candidates and less time with the “busy” work. For instance, AI enables us to activate, present, and nurture qualified candidates faster by leveraging AI and automation.
Myth 2: AI is only for large law firm
All law firms, regardless of size, can benefit from AI. If you think about it, implementing AI into daily tasks saves time and money, therefore, the size of the firm is irrelevant. Every firm’s needs and capabilities are different.
Myth 3: AI undermines the client-lawyer relationship
Not only is this a myth, but the opposite can be true. When leveraged properly, AI can support and improve the client-lawyer relationship. At Talent Engines, we believe that life is relational and that AI can get rid of the “busy work” to allow more time to build and nurture relationships.
For instance, at Talent Engines, we use AI to automate 65% of the “busy work” so that lawyers can focus more of their time and energy on building even stronger client-lawyer relationships.
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Source(s): Hillemann, 2024