Episode 3: Can Artificial Intelligence improve justice in Canada?
Updated: Feb 16, 2021
The Ask AI interview with Ben Alarie, CEO of Blue J Legal
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This episode of the Ask AI podcast offers a fascinating look at how AI technologies are impacting Canada's legal profession, societal governance, and the delivery justice.
The episode features an interview with Ben Alarie, CEO and co-founder of Blue J Legal, the Toronto-based machine learning company focused on legal research.
Co-hosts Jaxson Khan and Heather Evans lead this lively discussion with one of Canada’s leading legal minds and a true pioneer in applied artificial intelligence.
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Why AI represents a major inflexion point in human civilization: 2 min 11 sec
How AI is changing the legal system and profession: 5 min 21 sec
How Blue J Legal AI is achieving 90% accuracy: 7 min 35 sec
The concept of the “Legal Singularity”: 10 min 35 sec
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