An informal and occasional selection of recent international eDisclosure/eDiscovery/legal IT/data protection/information governance/interesting news/articles collated by Jonathan Maas (LinkedIn profile) of The Maas Consulting Group in London.  Anyone can email Jonathan@MaasConsultingGroup.com to subscribe/unsubscribe.  Simply pick and click from below.



20 of the best from around the world for your delectation and/or education:

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A beginner's guide to legal AI (Artificial Lawyer) http://bong.maasconsultinggroup.com/q31

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Collection of artificial intelligence deployed in the legal industry (LegalTech AI)
http://bong.maasconsultinggroup.com/q6o

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A bridge too far?  Legal's challenges in explaining AI decisions (Legaltech News)
http://bong.maasconsultinggroup.com/q7G

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Companies using artificial intelligence pose data privacy challenges over EU GDPR (Fortune)
http://bong.maasconsultinggroup.com/q2l

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Applications of artificial intelligence (mind map flowchart) (Twitter)
http://bong.maasconsultinggroup.com/q2A

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Legal AI makes the need for human emotional intelligence essential (Artificial Lawyer)
http://bong.maasconsultinggroup.com/q5N

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Inside the "Robot Review": three trends defining the artificial intelligence contract market (Legaltech News)
http://bong.maasconsultinggroup.com/q51

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The Fourth Industrial Age will be about AI understanding us, not the other way around (Venture Beat)
http://bong.maasconsultinggroup.com/qCi

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From parlance to practice: AI defined in the next wave of legal applications (Legaltech News)
http://bong.maasconsultinggroup.com/q4K

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Why the ascendence of AI can benefit young lawyers (Legal Cheek)
http://bong.maasconsultinggroup.com/q4F

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Robot uprising?  An artificial intelligence update (Advanced Discovery)
http://bong.maasconsultinggroup.com/q4U

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Whoa!  Researchers shut down AI that invented its own language (Digital Journal)
http://bong.maasconsultinggroup.com/qEi

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“In-house lawyers far behind law firms on AI use" – Thomson Reuters (Legal IT Insider)
http://bong.maasconsultinggroup.com/qKn

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Artificial intelligence – what every legal department really needs to know (Sterling Miller)
http://bong.maasconsultinggroup.com/qL0

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McCann Fitzgerald aims for boost from AI - Dublin firm licensing technology to clients (Independent)
http://bong.maasconsultinggroup.com/qIB

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Don’t worry, attorneys: AI comes in peace (Big Law Business)
http://bong.maasconsultinggroup.com/qL1

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Magic circle firm adopts AI to simplify complex compliance issue (Legal Futures)
http://bong.maasconsultinggroup.com/qE

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Intelligence: natural and artificial (eDiscovery Science)
http://bong.maasconsultinggroup.com/qL2

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Elexirr to pitch "Man vs Legal AI" in case prediction showdown (Artificial Lawyer)
http://bong.maasconsultinggroup.com/qKR

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23 things artificially intelligent computers can do better/faster/cheaper than you can (Seth Godin) 
http://bong.maasconsultinggroup.com/q61



By the way, we have noticed that sometimes the links we compile above have registration/paywall information inserted between the referenced site and you.  At the time we compose these emails there are no such distractions so we can only assume sites randomly impose registration/payment requirements on links to them.  We apologise in advance as our intention is to give you all untrammelled access to this information. 

(Incidentally, and for those outside the UK (or in the UK but without televisions), BONG! is a reference to the main evening TV news in the UK, on which headlines are read out between strikes (bongs) of the now-silent Big Ben, the bell in the Elizabeth Tower (renamed from the Clock Tower in honour of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee) at the Palace of Westminster. You can thank a particularly persistent pedant early on in the life of the BONG! for this rather precise explanation.)

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BONG! AI Special (7 October 2017)

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