In a competition against 16 lawyers and law students, an AI program from Alibaba proved it could better assess legal contracts for risk than humans by themselves. Photo: Handout In a competition against 16 lawyers and law students, an AI program from Alibaba proved it could better assess legal contracts for risk than humans by themselves. Photo: Handout
In a competition against 16 lawyers and law students, an AI program from Alibaba proved it could better assess legal contracts for risk than humans by themselves. Photo: Handout

Analyse this: AI faster at evaluating contracts than human lawyers in Alibaba contest

  • Sixteen lawyers competed against an AI program based on Alibaba Damo Academy’s Alice deep learning framework
  • AI found more risks in legal contracts than lawyers by themselves, but the best results come from humans and AI working together

Topic |   Artificial intelligence
In a competition against 16 lawyers and law students, an AI program from Alibaba proved it could better assess legal contracts for risk than humans by themselves. Photo: Handout In a competition against 16 lawyers and law students, an AI program from Alibaba proved it could better assess legal contracts for risk than humans by themselves. Photo: Handout
In a competition against 16 lawyers and law students, an AI program from Alibaba proved it could better assess legal contracts for risk than humans by themselves. Photo: Handout
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