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A recent IBM eBook points how that “in today’s competitive global marketplace, leading organizations...
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Since I first learned about AI more than 40 years ago I was hoping that AI would help improve society,...
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What have been 2015’s most important developments in legal technology? For the past two years, I’ve...
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Kimberly Taylor, Law.com
Today’s lawyers are harnessing these innovations and many others to improve the delivery of legal services....
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Straus Conference on Business, Conflict around Globe Receives Rave Reviews

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"Probably the most uniformly excellent cast of speakers we have ever had." –Thomas Stipanowich, Academic...
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