iManage Blog: Artificial Intelligence


Unravelling the Labyrinth of AI Myths: Reinforcement Learning Comes Closest to AI Self-Learning

Discover our AI blog series that debunks misconceptions about the brain power of AI. This is the third blog in the series, but you can also read “AI, Machine Learning and Deep Learning Share Genetic DNA, but Are No Clones” and “AI Does Not Learn by Itself.” In the previous blog, we addressed supervised and

Unravelling the Labyrinth of AI Myths: AI Does Not Learn by Itself

Discover our AI blog series that debunks misconceptions about the brain power of AI. This is the second blog in the series, but you can also read “AI, Machine Learning and Deep Learning Share Genetic DNA, but Are No Clones” and “Reinforcement Learning Comes Closest to AI Self-Learning.” AI Needs Training Encouraged by media portrayals

3 Different Ways in Which AI Will Impact Legal Departments

While many legal departments are adopting advanced technologies in their operations, including matter management and increasingly sophisticated document and email management, few today have taken advantage of AI technology directly. The significant benefits expected from AI in legal departments range from reduced costs for cognitive task automation to enhanced attorney productivity, better contract management and

Unravelling the Labyrinth of AI Myths: AI, Machine Learning and Deep Learning Share Genetic DNA, but Are No Clones

Discover our AI blog series that debunks misconceptions about the brain power of AI. This is the first blog in the series, but you can also read “AI Does Not Learn by Itself” and “Reinforcement Learning Comes Closest to AI Self-Learning.” AI was first coined in 1956 by John McCarthy to describe machines that can