How Artificial Intelligence is Impacting the Legal Sector Today

By Joel Cole

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a technological innovation that has transformed various industries — and the legal sector is no exception. The European Commission has encouraged the development of AI by increasing its annual investments by 70%, leading to €1.5 billion in total investments for the period of 2018-2020. Such a move is encouraging legal firms all across Europe to adopt AI into their practices, but how exactly does the technology benefit them? With all the anxiety over AI potentially making human workers obsolete, this article will outline the benefits of AI adoption for legal firms, and how it won’t take over jobs — but instead, make them better and easier.

Part 10: Application Programming Interface (API) – Interaction to Create Connectivity

By Yasemin Yazan

In the interest of a better understanding, I don’t want to use any textbook definitions of the term Application Programming Interface, abbreviated API. And even if there are different kind of APIs, they all have one thing in common: An API is an interface that enables the interaction between applications, data and devices to create connectivity. In this sense an API is a messenger that takes a request and tells a system what you want to do and then returns the response back to you. Let’s use an example to illustrate what is meant and how it works:

The Value of Privacy is what the Security Forces defend – Liberty

By Christian Bartsch

As daily business commences, deals and agreements may fail to survive for ever. In some situations anger and confrontation may lead to false accusations, defamation and damage to a brand. In some cases desperate people will turn to attack the personal reputation or family of an entrepreneur.

The greater the threat a desperate person perceives to be pushing him or her against a wall, the greater the person will seek to fight.