Could Artificial Intelligence Replace Lawyers by 2030?




According to Jomati Consultants LLP, artificial intelligence and robotics will change the entire legal landscape in just over a decade.

“In this report, ‘Civilisation 2030: The Near Future for Law Firms’ we explore what will be the impact on clients and law firms of three key factors that shape the global economy: demographics, the growth of global cities and megacities, as well as the introduction of artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics into both the industrial and professional sectors. The report closely analysed macro-economic data and key trends then considered how these will develop to 2030.”
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