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Oct 25, 2023

Generative artificial intelligence (AI) holds a lot of potential to transform law, upending everything from how lawyers do their daily work to how law firms and clients interact and conduct business. However, that begs the question: Where does the actual person fit into all of this?

In the latest Thomson Reuters Institute Insights podcast, recorded live at the Generative AI & Emerging Technology Forum in New York City, the Thomson Reuters Institute’s Zach Warren sat down with Wendy Butler Curtis, Chief Innovation Officer at Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe, to discuss why it’s humans and AI rather than humans versus AI, how Orrick is working to prioritize mental health while introducing innovative technology, and where she sees generative AI actually making an impact in the future of the legal profession.