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The big reading: The machine's increase – how the technology interferes with Singapore's law firms



SINGAPORE: Last year, a man-to-machine exhibited in the United States. Twenty-three top-level lawyer lawyers across the country were extinguished against an artificial intelligence (AI) software developed by LawGeex's legal engineering firm, where they reviewed and approved everyday contracts for a period of two months.

The results were amazing. AI recorded a 94 percent accuracy, compared to the 85 percent of human lawyers. For one of the tasks – to examine five non-disclosure agreements – the five human lawyers took more than 90 minutes.

The longest time that an individual lawyer took the longest was 156 minutes and the shortest 51 minutes. In contrast, AI only took 26 seconds.

While AI is unlikely to replace human lawyers at any time, if the outcome reflects how this groundbreaking technology can play a major role in the bar.

In fact, other forms of technology have already demonstrated their presence in Singapore's legal sector.

Over the last decade, the local company VanillaLaw's law firm has called all parts of the island its workplace.


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