Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas announced deployment of Artificial Intelligence Software

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Artificial Intelligence in Legal Arena
Artificial Intelligence in Legal Arena

 

Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas is the first firm in India to deploy Artificial Intelligence (AI) to overcome the limitations of technology, giving law and their services cutting edge. The main function of Artificial Intelligence in dealing with law is to find out and extract particular provisions from different legislation and other legal document. To execute the adoption of AI, a Canada based company, Kira, has been approached. It is also believed that initially it would be of help to the lawyers and eventually some of the lawyers would be replaced by AI. There are different assumptions made in regard to the application and success of AI. It is assumed that till the year 2030 majority of lawyers would be replaced by AI and tasks can be done in minimum time with maximum accuracy.

In a Press release, Cyril Shroff, Managing Partner of the firm, said: “Our clients expect us to be at the cutting edge of the practice of law, and of the business of law. we recognize that the business challenges of our clients come first, and that we need a suite of different tools and advanced skills to address these.”

 

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Mansi Chhaya
I have always believed that life is about challenging oneself and living outside one’s comfort zone. From the very beginning, my focus has been on trying to develop myself holistically. Be it music or national exams, I have tried my hand at everything I could without the fear of failure. A consistent high performer, I have been regularly looked upon as a high perform and have also been recognized as the Student of the Year. As I get a deeper understanding of the Law, I wish to use my knowledge to ensure justice for the people who deserve it and create more awareness among the general public about the importance and relevance of law in day-to-day life.

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