Policy and law adapt as new technologies emerge.
Self-driving cars, 3D printing, and the all-encompassing Internet of Things (IoT) are exciting, futuristic frontiers. As with other mass-market technology introduced in the previous century, these advances are fraught with unknowable legal and ethical consequences. It is often left up to the courts and legal professionals to untangle and make sense of this ever-changing landscape.
Hop on the AI wave.
Classic science fiction is full of inaccurate predictions. Humans haven't colonized Venus, families don't own personal rocket ships, and time travel remains a distant dream. But whether we like it or not, machines (like the ones in old sci-fi stories) have taken over millions of human jobs.
Roll with the changes.
The digital landscape is constantly evolving; can your law firm keep up? Check out our infographic for more on the ever-changing world of technology and how it affects the legal profession.