As we witness the unstoppable advance of machine learning and its application in more and more areas of our lives, I am more convinced each day that the future of the administration of justice will necessarily involve a high level of participation of automated algorithms in each procedural step.
Management, Innovation & Technology
The challenges today are not technological, but they are moral, ethical, and philosophical, and thus our legal scholars are of central importance in the interpretation of these questions.
The legal profession has reached a tipping point where traditional models of practice are no longer aligned with today´s globalized, digital world and the ever-changing needs of the market. Is the industry adapting fast enough?
Technology is a tool for accelerating the speed and accessibility of legal delivery, but its efficacy depends on many factors. Harnessing the potential of technology will require a cultural shift by organizations, professionals and the legal industry as a whole.
Artificial intelligence carries with it a whole host of concerns that force us to think about our own morality. If we want to discuss the real problems and the challenges that we face with the rise of AI, let’s start by asking the hard questions.
The current state of regulation in the cryptocurrency and blockchain space leave many perplexed. With an uncertain road ahead, a unified regulatory framework for blockchain and cryptocurrency will be crucial to unlocking its full potential.
Micropayments and loot boxes: a global regulatory challenge that is transforming the gaming industry
Are gamers gambling through video games? Every country has a different approach to regulating gambling, but if loot boxes and micropayments come to be considered gambling, a couple of questions emerge for the video game market.
If there is one regulation we can partially convert into code, it’s tax.
Similar to self-driving cars after the development of autonomous technology, business intelligence can sense the environment and navigate the compliance landscape with minimal human input.
The increasing need for creative skills is highlighted in a growing number of studies that demonstrate a definite connection between creativity and business results. So why are these skills undervalued in law firms?
Lawyers need to shift from argumentative thinking to creative thinking, as the need to be right all the time is the biggest barrier to new ideas.