HighQ Launches AI Survey, Aiming To Sift Through The Hype

When it comes to artificial intelligence in the legal industry, the number of platform options are soaring with almost 70 companies focused on creating AI-enabled legal technology solutions, according to a LawGeex report.

It’s also clear that firms and other businesses will want to evaluate and invest in multiple AI platforms to solve different problems, because no single AI engine addresses every need.

Outside of a few innovators, organisations want a clearer picture of what’s being tested and tried – and importantly, what’s working – before they fully commit to an AI solution.

That’s the reason HighQ wants your input as it conducts an industrywide legal AI survey, which aims to fill research gaps and contribute to the greater legal tech discussion.

This confidential survey features a few, simple questions about adoption, evaluation and deployment, the answers of which will help to separate fact from fiction in an increasingly complex and competitive landscape.

If you’re using legal AI now or planning to use it in the future, your opinions are vital to ensure that the industry supports your requirements.

Completing this survey is an opportunity to shape opinion, and your input would be greatly appreciated.

Take the short survey

The survey is open to any law firm, in-house legal department, legal service provider, government entity, consultant, educational institution or other prospective user of legal AI technology.

Everyone who participates in the survey will receive a special report containing all the findings.

By Andy Neill, Senior Product Manager at HighQ

Andy has over twelve years of experience working at a range of global law firms, including Norton Rose Fulbright, Herbert Smith Freehills and Allen & Overy, and six years as a business consultant at Deloitte & Touche and Arthur Andersen.

Andy leads the design of the search, legal AI, data analytics and visualisation features of the HighQ platform, to ensure HighQ’s clients have access to the latest business intelligence. He holds two Masters degrees, in Engineering and Computing, and is also a certified MSP pro.

[ Artificial Lawyer is delighted to support the sponsored launch of this legal AI survey project by legal data collaboration company, HighQ. ]