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Might First Year Law Firm Associates Eventually Be Replaced By Robots?

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Would law firms ever consider using artificial intelligence (AI) capable robots to replace first year associates? And if not associates, how about some other ‘timekeeper’ within a firm? In its annual “Law Firms in Transition” survey of 320 large law firm managing partners, legal consulting firm Altman Weil found that 35% of the participants questioned would, among other things, be […]

Automation: In 2035 Will Any Human Have A Job?

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By the year 2035 will advancements in technology and the ability for businesses to automate render thinking and breathing employees obsolete? That is certainly an extremely interesting question fraught with potentially devastating implications! For example will the need for the professionals at title companies, lawyers, real estate brokers and even bus drivers disappear to be replaced by robots? […]