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A helping hand

A helping hand

By Katie Miller and Jason Leonard

Practice & Procedure Technology 


Cognitive computing is changing the legal profession and posing questions for lawyers. Snapshot Lawyers might have heard of cognitive computing or “Watson” – but what or who are they? Cognitive computing mimics the human brain and can comprehend data at levels way beyond the human brain. Cognitive computing is changing the legal profession and posing questions for lawyers. Technology has been changing the legal profession for decades – tape archives in the 1980s, online case and legislation databases in the 1990s, electronic discovery in the 2000s. New technology is bringing another dimension to further augment the human experience and do what individuals can’t – namely, to scale expertise. This new technology is called cognitive computing.

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