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Submission + - Lawyers Object As Computer Program Does Job Better (singularityhub.com)

kkleiner writes: "Back in the day when information was entirely in the form of documents, it wasn’t uncommon for companies to have warehouses filled with boxes containing files. Lawyers and paralegals would scour one pile after another, hour after hour, day after day, looking for something that might be important. Today, the vast majority of a company’s information is stored electronically. This has opened the door for computer programs that can out-compete lawyers at their own job."

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