ILTA's 2019 Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Survey Mission Statement:

Almost a third of responses in ILTA’s 2018 Technology Survey cited “Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning” as a technology or trend they believe will create significant change or be a major factor in the legal technology profession. 100% of the largest firms (over 700 attorneys) indicated they are pursuing AI/ML projects, and more than a third said they had “one or more AI/ML tools in production.” There is growing recognition that these tools/disciplines will play a significant part in legal strategy across the industry.

The ILTA Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning Survey will take a deep dive into the “AI/ML” landscape in the legal industry, providing insights into the business problems being solved by these tools, the ways the tools are being used, how they are being deployed and trained, and just how widely they are being adopted by the legal profession.

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* 1. How long do you believe it will be before AI-powered software will create fundamental change in the legal industry?

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* 3. What % of work done by attorneys (both legal-specific and nonlegal work done by attorneys) do you believe will be replaced by AI-powered software in the next 5 years?

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* 5. Does your organization have a strategic plan to incorporate AI-powered software into business operations?

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* 6. Does your organization have a specific budget line for purchase or development of AI-powered software?

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* 7. What are the elements of the business case/ROI/budget for purchase or development of AI-powered software?

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* 9. What is the biggest challenge in advancing adoption of AI in your organization?

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* 10. Rank the relevancy or importance of these categories of AI-powered software to your organization:

  0% 1 - 24% 25 - 49% 50 - 74% 75 - 100%
Billing/Spend Management
Contract (Post-Execution)
Contract (Pre-Execution)
E-Discovery/Document Review
Expertise Automation
Insight/Predictive Tools
Legal Research
Risk Assessment
Security

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* 12. How likely is your organization to develop or purchase a legal AI-powered software to solve an internal business challenge?

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* 13. How likely is your organization to develop or purchase a legal AI-powered software to solve a business challenge for clients, outside counsel or customers?

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* 14. Are you developing or purchasing the tool?

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* 15. Where will the data and legal AI tool reside?

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* 16. If you are developing/planning to develop your own AI-powered software or platform, what are you using/considering using to build your models?

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* 17. How broad is the use of legal AI-powered software by your organization?

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* 19. What do you believe is the biggest challenge with the available current Data Set for the AI-powered software(s) you are developing or purchasing?

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* 20. What do you believe is the biggest challenge with training AI-powered software?

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* 21. What three elements of quality assurance do you incorporate in your AI projects?

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* 22. Is it important for law firms and law departments to lead the adoption of AI-powered software through collboration fellowship or through a exclusivity agreements by one party leading the other?

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* 23. What steps are you taking to manage and/or eliminate bias in your organization's AI-powered software?

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* 24. Additional Comments regarding AI/ML/NLP. Is there a question you would like to see added to the next version of this survey?

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