The business platitude “data is the new oil” has proven its worth in spades over the last decade. The country’s biggest companies, groups like Google, Facebook and Amazon, trade primarily in data; organizations across industries have invested heavily in business analytics, developers and analysts; and “data scientist” roles have become some of the most lucrative jobs on the market. Yet law firms, for the most part, haven’t quite caught up.
But that might be changing. A growing number...
Legal AI research company, ROSS Intelligence, has appointed AI pioneer and leading academic, Randy Goebel (pictured above) as an advisor.
Goebel is currently Professor in the Department of Computing Science at the University of Alberta; a founder and researcher with the Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute; and is involved with the development of the University of Alberta Google Deepmind relationship, the group behind AlphaGo.