In this new report, legal teams in private practice and working in-house can learn more about the use cases and applications for generative AI. This report approaches the use cases and applications for legal AI from the lens of the biggest day-to-day challenges facing teams. The paper explores some use cases for generative AI in depth, such as third party paper contract review, and extracting / interrogating contract data effectively. There are practical takeaways for teams including support on how think about running assessments in legal teams and the types of questions that are useful to explore when considering applications of AI.
The latest free report from the Robin AI team provides information, insight and practical examples for legal teams to consider when exploring the applications of generative AI for their teams. 2023 saw a lot of experimentation, education and learning about Large Language Models (LLMs), with some businesses jumping ahead to start using this tools in areas like contract review and contract querying. 2024 is shaping up to be the year where larger businesses and law firms deploy AI, finding new ways to free up time, improve operational efficiency and reduce costs.
This report builds on some of the learnings from Robin AI's 2023 report that was released last year which provided a high-level overview for legal teams of key definitions, terms and concepts in generative AI. Now that use cases and applications of legal AI become more established in teams, there is more opportunity to explore different challenges and how they can be impacted by combining LLMs, machine learning, "human-in-the-loop" models and other techniques.
You can find more information on the following topics in this report: