Smokeball Attorney Josh Taylor will share legal writing objectives.
As a lawyer your reputation is heavily reliant on writing well.
If you have no idea what a chatbot is, you’re far from alone.
Former editor-in-chief of several legal newspapers, he is a fellow of the College of Law Practice Management and an inaugural Fastcase 50 honoree.If you’ve ordered a Domino’s or Pizza Hut pizza through Facebook Messenger, then you’ve interacted with a chatbot.The first chatterbot program dates all the way back to 1964’s ELIZA, which evolved out of the Turing test in the 1950s.Joshua Browder launched his Do Not Pay chatbot in 2015 as “the world’s first robot lawyer” to help people fight parking tickets.He reported a high rate of success, winning 160,000 out of 250,000 cases. Following the success of Do Not Pay, other consumer-facing chatbots have emerged to help with legal issues.