Lawyers Weekly: Will AI be the ‘great equaliser’ for access to justice, or will it inhibit it?

In a recent Lawyers Weekly article, Hicksons Legal Digital Transformation Partner David Fischl discusses the opportunity for Artificial Intelligence (AI), like ChatGPT to aid in the access to justice.
In the post, David looks into why lawyers should utilise the technology available, the opportunities for service providers to provide AI-powered advice and guidance, and the biggest risk in adopting the technology.
Click here to read the full article.

Article authored by Jess Feyder, Lawyers Weekly on 5 April 2023.

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