Rick Seabrook Speaking on Legal AI at ICAIL Conference  

Rick Seabrook (Neota Logic)
Rick Seabrook Speaking on Legal AI at ICAIL Conference  

London, England—June 9, 2017—Rick Seabrook, Managing Director, Europe, of Neota Logic and legal AI expert, is scheduled speak at the 16th International Conference for Artificial Intelligence and Law (ICAIL) at King’s College in London on Monday, 12 June.

ICAIL, held 12-16 June, is the primary conference addressing research in artificial intelligence and law, and has been organized biennially since 1987 under the auspices of the International Association for Artificial Intelligence and Law (IAAIL). ICAIL provides a global forum for the presentation and discussion of the latest research results and practical applications for legal professionals.

Rick is participating in the morning session of a one-day workshop on AI and legal practice, and will give an overview of AI and a hands-on demonstration of how it can be applied to law practice.

“There’s a great deal of interest in automation in all industries today, not just in legal, “says Seabrook. “For the in-house team or law firm, technology allows for the automation of routine work and allows in-house teams and law firms to scale research and advice systems that provide consistent, reliable answers to legal questions–saving time and effort.”

See additional information on how Neota Logic can help law firms and corporate in-house counsel teams automate day-to-day tasks and tackle complex problems too here.

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