Using AI to Adapt to the new normal - how advanced technology can facilitate collaboration and maintain effective remote working The global Coronavirus crisis has meant working from home has become a necessity and with business travel severely restricted, organisations are looking to change their working practices and consider new ways of maintaining efficiencies despite the challenging economic outlook. Indeed, many firms are turning to innovative technologies which not only facilitate collaboration whilst working remotely, but also promote business efficiencies which will serve them beyond the current pandemic. Advanced AI offers flexible project management tools that allow users to assign and continually track the progress of their teams, accessing information in real-time with cloud-based architecture meaning work can be completed across multiple locations and offices without compromising on security. All on one central platform. In such uncertain times it is more important than ever that firms are armed with these vital tools that ensure productivity and efficiency within teams and across departments as they navigate this new landscape. Outline: Luminance will be speaking with Oz Benamram, Chief Knowledge and Innovation Officer at Simpson Thacher and global leader in legal KM and LegalTech, on the need for workflow tools that enable effective collaboration during remote working and the potential that AI has on the future of legal work.
Oz Benamram - Chief Knowledge and Innovation Officer, Simpson Thacher Jason Brennan - CEO, Luminance Luke Taylor - Senior Legal Product Expert - Sales Manager, Luminance