Bloomberg Law
May 14, 2019, 1:01 PM

Lawyers Aren’t Taking Full Advantage of AI Tools, Survey Shows

Sam Skolnik
Sam Skolnik
Reporter

Only about one in four people working at law firms and law departments that use legal technology use tools based on artificial intelligence or machine learning, according to a survey of lawyers, technologists and executives.

More than half of the total respondents to a new Bloomberg Law survey —54 percent— said they don’t use AI or machine learning tools. A quarter said they didn’t know if they use them—which survey authors said could reflect a knowledge gap and an underuse of valuable technology.

There may be people at law firms and in-house counsel offices who are using different legal tech ...

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