Today I am quoted in a story in Wired about Legal Tech and its role in shaping change within the legal industry …
Today I had the pleasure of participating in the Law, Justice & Development Week at the World Bank in its headquarters in Washington DC. My panel was focused on Technology, Data and Computation to Promote the Rule of Law. It was a great and meaningful conversation pointed toward substantive applications!
Obviously this move is pretty significant for those trying to sell machine learning in a SAAS style model / machine learning as a service (ML_AAS). Together with the significant amount of ML technology that is already in the opensource ecosystem – this will put more pressure on customization / configuration around problems with a much smaller premium on having access to certain forms of base models/algorithms.
“Organized by Wolters Kluwer and Inkietos, and under the honorary presidency of His Majesty Felipe VI, the Legal Management Forum aims to serve as a space for reflection and knowledge of the main challenges and opportunities related to management in the legal profession.”
The global legal innovation conversation is growing and it was my pleasure to deliver the keynote address to the more than 400 in attendance here in Madrid.