Empowering the future: Thomson Reuters' vision for AI-assisted excellence

Find out about the latest innovations in legal content, tech, and AI – with Thomson Reuters' Steven Assie

Empowering the future: Thomson Reuters' vision for AI-assisted excellence

In this edition of Canadian Lawyer TV, we sat down with Steven Assie, winner of the 2023 Readers Choice Award and Head of Canada at Thomson Reuters. Assie shared insights into the role Thomson Reuters plays in providing trusted legal content and technology, as well as its contributions to the market.

Thomson Reuters’ mission, according to Assie, is to modernize the pillars of Canadian society. He highlighted the company’s role in offering tools designed to enable professionals across various sectors. Assie emphasized how Thomson Reuters’ vast variety of products, Canadian expertise, and investment in AI positions Thomson Reuters to offer unparalleled solutions in the industry.

When asked about the company’s vision, Assie replied: "Our vision is that every tax and legal professional will have an AI assistant that will augment their work. And we're running at that as fast as possible."

To learn more about Steven Assie and Thomson Reuters, click here to watch the full interview.

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