E-discovery, or electronic discovery, is the process of collecting, processing, and producing electronically stored information (ESI) for use as evidence in legal proceedings. E-discovery is commonly used in common law legal systems. It is used in the initial phases of court proceedings when involved parties are required to provide relevant records and evidence related to a case. […]
The Rise of Newer Cognitive Technologies: A Blessing and a Curse to the Future of the Legal Profession and Justice System?
I. Introduction As newer cognitive technologies in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) such as natural language processing (NLP), machine learning, and quantum computing continue to develop, it is clear that they will significantly impact the future of the legal profession and justice system. On the other hand, the legal professional and justice systems are constantly evolving […]