Siemens piloted AI diligence tools on recent transaction
Siemens Canada general counsel Richard Brait opted to test out AI tools on a recent transaction.

Siemens piloted AI diligence tools on recent transaction

Richard Brait is always looking for new ways to get work done more efficiently in-house at Siemens Canada. In fact, it’s part of the global legal team’s innovation challenge to come up with ways to approach work differently.


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March, 2018
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