The most promising potential in artificial intelligence comes not from what it can do in a vacuum, but how it can work side-by-side with human collaborators to deliver insights neither could’ve attained alone. For AI Visionary Geoffrey Vance, a litigation partner at Perkins Coie, this collaboration results in not just better technology, but better decisions, better lawyering and, best of all, better results.
In the legal space, thinking outside the box sometimes feels a lot like swimming upstream. But AI Visionary Katherine Lowry doesn’t let that stop her from innovating. At the helm of IncuBaker, BakerHostetler’s team of experts on augmenting the practice of law with advanced technology, Katherine has made a habit of making waves.
Applying AI to the legal sector may not be rocket science, but Adam Rouse—director and senior e-discovery counsel at Walgreens—is interested in rocket science, too. Read his thoughts on AI-human partnerships, managing data lakes, and more below.
Leveraging AI to make an in-house team more successful requires collaboration—and the more the merrier when it comes to finding opportunities to innovate with technology. Medtronic’s Jennifer Swanton had plenty to share on building these relationships for better, faster results across many functions.
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