Legal Industry AI Perception

Legal Industry AI Perception Poll from Hanzo: Artificial Intelligence Trends

Hanzo has just published Legal Industry AI Perception Poll results from an AI roundtable webinar they conducted with ACEDS recently.

In the blog post titled Legal Industry AI Perception Quick Poll (available here), Sarena Regazzoni discusses insights that Hanzo gathered from the legal industry through polls conducted during that webinar, which included a panel of data scientists, legal technology, and eDiscovery experts. Here’s one of those results:

Legal Perceptions of Opportunities Using AI


The poll results revealed that most participants, totaling over 62%, identified speed to insights during data analysis as the most significant advantage of AI. This finding highlights the importance of quickly obtaining valuable insights from large datasets, enabling legal professionals to make informed decisions and enhance work efficiency. In second place, with almost 29% of respondents, were those who recognized the potential of AI as a valuable tool for replacing initial review processes and conducting relevance searches more effectively.

So, what did participants consider to be the biggest risk in using AI? And what percentage of participants currently use AI in their legal operations? Find out here – it’s only one more click! There’s even a handy infographic that displays the results of the Legal Industry AI Perception Poll!

So, what do you think? Does your organization currently use AI in its legal operations? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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