David J. Hyun and Scott J. Sachs | Atkinson Andelson Loya Ruud & Romo Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a broad field in computer science that involves creating smart machines that can perform tasks that otherwise typically require human intelligence. AI can be used to perform tasks including learning from experience, recognizing patterns, and understanding natural… Continue reading Artificial Intelligence and Its Potential Impacts on the Construction Industry
Mark Barak and Eric Grasberger | Ahead of Schedule Over this past summer, our colleague Mario R. Nicholas penned an article for the Daily Journal of Commerce entitled “Can Artificial Intelligence Be Trusted to Draft a Construction Contract?” It is a great read, and we borrow from it here in many places. In his article, Mario principally focused on… Continue reading Follow-Up: Should Attorneys Use Artificial Intelligence to Draft a Construction Contract?
Patrick McKnight | The Dispute Resolver In the first half of 2023, artificial intelligence (“AI”) caught the public’s imagination. Attorneys have not been immune from the fever-pitch of commentary regarding the possible applications. While early adopters have had varying degrees of success, commentators have proposed various potential impacts on construction projects and disputes. This article… Continue reading How Will Artificial Intelligence Impact Construction Litigation?
Tamara D. Bruno, Peter M. Gillon and Jesse N. Vazquez | Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman Generative AI is transforming our economy in previously unimagined ways, with Goldman Sachs estimating a $7 trillion (7%) increase in global GDP by virtue of this ecosystem. Insurance is but one sector that will be impacted, with new products, services and opportunities… Continue reading Generative AI’s Impact On Insurance Coverage: An Interview With ChatGPT-4 And Coverage Counsel On What Policyholders Should Be Doing Now
Kemberly Barcella | Ingram Yuzek Gainen Carroll & Bertolotti Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) is everywhere. Seemingly the latest technology “buzzword” these days, new (and not so new) AI applications are being implemented and talked about everywhere you turn. As my colleague, Amanda Grannis recently wrote for Ingram’s Real Estate Report, “AI has permeated nearly every aspect of the virtual… Continue reading Artificial Intelligence in the Built Environment