offers an insight on the impact of AI (artificial intelligence) upon the legal, accountancy and consultancy sectors.
We have an incredible calibre of advisors, speakers and delegates attending our events – and that gives us access to a wealth of information. This includes updates on legislation and regulations, technology and business case studies.
Here’s a selection of articles about AI (artificial intelligence) that are specific to the professional services sector. These are discussions and industry views from our speakers, advisors, sponsors and leaders in innovation, AI and machine learning – which we hope you find interesting. And to hear more, register your place at the event.
In this article, Dan Bindman, Editor of Legal Futures, considers the future governance of AI and its forecast prevalence in the legal world, relating to a 120-page thesis on the future of technology published by Microsoft, entitled… Read more »
We are delighted to see so many Alternative Events advisors, speakers and supporters featured in Raconteur’s Legal Innovation supplement in the Times on Wednesday 7th February, including Richard Tromans, Tony Williams and Ed Turner, on how tech… Read more »
Based on the delegate input from our first highly successful event and those corporate counsel who participated afterwards, we’ve produced the Alternative In-House Legal Technology Benchmarking Survey for 2017. To download your copy, click here.
Consultancy.uk reviews the thoughts of three innovation leaders in AI prior to the Alternative AI for Professional Services Event. Artificial Intelligence (AI) can deliver significant benefits to the professional services industry, according to three leading experts in… Read more »
While the wider media is awash with breathless articles proclaiming how artificial intelligence (AI) will take over the world of work, the concept has only just begun to permeate the accounting space outside the Big Four. This… Read more »
While AI is already revolutionising the way consultants explore data, the industry should be mindful of their business needs rather than adopting technology for its own sake, according to industry experts present at the 2017 Alternative AI… Read more »
This article by consultancy.uk outlines what you can expect from the event showcasing AI for the Professional Services industry. The day-long conference will feature talks from 16 speakers at the forefront of digital change across the sector,… Read more »
Artificial Lawyer recently caught up with Harry Gaskell, UK Chief Innovation Officer of Big Four firm, EY. We discussed how AI is being used inside the professional services giant, what this all means and whether the future… Read more »
Consultants are finding opportunities to help people in innovative and automated ways as artificial intelligence technologies develop. The interest in artificial intelligence (AI) usage within companies has been expanding in recent years, with both billion dollar companies… Read more »
In his role, Euan Cameron, UK AI Leader at PwC helps both PwC and its clients identify opportunities to embrace the shift to AI and automation. His core team consists of more than 30 data scientists and he… Read more »
In a bid to expand its footprint in the rapidly growing digital and technology-led innovation space, PwC, one of the major players in the field, has in recent weeks appointed a number of new senior technology positions… Read more »
Shamus Rae, Head of Innovation and Investments, KPMG is responsible for understanding how AI will impact KMPG’s business and the wider professional services industry. In his thoughts, Shamus outlines where he believes take up of AI is… Read more »
Earlier this week Artificial Lawyer attended the Alternative AI conference in London, (and spoke a bit about legal AI there…), but the highlight was surprisingly not how law firms are making use of data and machine learning,… Read more »