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Webinar: An AI Survival Guide for Contracts Professionals

Published: 01 Mar 2017 Average Rating: 4.4 / 5 Print
 

Author: Jamie Wodetzki, Tim Cummins

Artificial Intelligence (AI) now touches us every day, and we need to develop a Survival Guide for Contracts Professionals now. Machines talk to us, understand us, suggest music and products we'll like, and will soon be driving us to work. We're living in a golden age of machine learning that is evolving at a rapid rate.

Explore what AI and its various buzzwords mean, how it makes many existing contracting tasks easier, how it will change your career and your business, and how to develop a game plan for surviving and thriving in the new machine age.

 

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