LEGAL AI BLOG – Blockchain, Smart Contracts and AI in the Legal Market
Blog Posts Published 25 September 2018
Read the reflections on Blockchain, Smart Contracts and AI in the Legal Market written by Jennie Gunnarsson, lawyer at Synch.
“The digitalisation era is the biggest transformation since the industrialisation, and it enables us to do previously impossible things as well as rewrite the standards on how things can be done. The opportunity to see and analyse patterns from general and individualised data gives us a deeper knowledge of the client’s individual needs and requests, which leads to better services with higher user quality. The general demand today is to make a product accessible in a short amount of time, at any time, whether we are talking about music, food or legal services. The client wants their lawyer to be accessible when they require it. If we in the legal industry do not meet this demand and challenges the way we deliver legal services, we will get stuck in a conservative and slow way of doing things, justified with continuity, and eventually become out of date.”
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