Artificial intelligence—what it could mean for international arbitration

05 July 2018
Author: JHA

Article originally published in Lexis®PSL

Arbitration analysis: The ever-growing use of technology in the practice of law continues apace. From the early days of word processing, bulk photocopying and faxes, through to email, video conferencing and webinars, to today’s world of big data and artificial intelligence (AI), practitioners’ day-to-day working lives have changed. But what does this mean for international arbitration? Richard Kiddell, partner at Joseph Hage Aaronson, provides his views on the topic.

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