Artificial intelligence in arbitration: evidentiary issues and prospects

Artificial intelligence in arbitration: evidentiary issues and prospects

Martin Magal, Alexander Calthrop and Katrina Limond of Allen & Overy examine how artificial intelligence will change the way in which parties gather, analyse, and present evidence in international arbitration – concluding that while the technology will not replace lawyers, practitioners who use AI may well replace those who do not.

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