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According to a survey conducted last year by the American Bar Association, only 10% of lawyers used AI-based tech tools for their legal work in 2018 According to a survey conducted last year by the American Bar Association, only 10% of lawyers used AI-based tech tools for their legal work in 2018. (Photo: iStock)

Although artificial intelligence (AI) has been used in the e-discovery space for more than a decade, the technology is now capable of more complex litigation tasks such as legal research, drafting pleadings, and predicting judicial decisions. These tasks can be completed in a fraction of the time it would take a human to do them.

If AI can help lawyers and law firms more quickly process and analyze large amounts of data, and in turn, make the litigation process less expensive, faster and more efficient, why have litigators been so slow to adopt the newest technologies and capabilities?

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