Artificial intelligence has the capability to truly revolutionize how litigators work, and also how companies can avoid litigation in the first place. It can not only do the work of hundreds of people in mere seconds but can be used to predict liabilities before they become liabilities, and outcomes when disputes arise.
Joining me to discuss the incredible present-day applications of AI in law and business, as well as the potential to do much more if humans will let it, is Arthur Crivella of Crivella Technologies Limited. For decades Art has been a leader in developing and applying advanced software engineering, systems engineering and AI methodologies, and holds numerous foundation patents in the field. Art has helped create nationally recognized engineering achievements in weaponry as well as in the metals, rubber and food industries. He was principal design engineer in developing advanced weapons direction systems and wrap-around simulation systems for naval guided missiles. Crivella Tech supports corporations in managing risk and law firms in assessing liabilities. The company also supports law firms in class action and mass tort litigation.
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I hope you enjoy the interview, particularly my observation that you cannot hurt a robot’s feelings. –Tom Hagy