Chief Innovation Officer Katie DeBord recently authored the article “Artificial Intelligence: Imagining the Possibilities in Litigation (Perspective),” republished Oct. 26 on In the article, DeBord discusses the growing use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the law, particularly in litigation. “To be sure, even as it works for us to help us evolve our laws, AI will never replace the multi-layered analysis and decision-making that good lawyers engage in every day to represent their clients well,” she wrote. “If AI is thoughtfully developed in the legal space, sooner than we think, Siri (or Alexa) may be able to articulate not just basic legal standards, but also suggest analogous legal principles they would never had thought of on their own to help litigators litigate and ultimately create new laws.” To read the full article, click here.