STLR Link Roundup – October 6, 2017

iPhone X’s new Face ID raises questions Face ID is one of the two signature features of the new iPhone X released in September 2017. It is enabled by a tiny Kinect camera and sensor setup to perform the same functions like Touch ID more naturally. The facial recognition system is usually 20 times more secure than Touch ID, except for users under 13 years old or twin siblings. Another security concern is whether someone Continue Reading →

Artificial Intelligence and its Impacts on the Legal Profession

In a 2015 Altman Weil survey of law firm managing partners, 47% said that, in the next five to ten years, they could envision a law-focused artificial intelligence (AI) tool replacing paralegals, 35% could envision the replacement of first-year associates, and 19% could envision the replacement of second- and third-year associates. As a current law student, I can’t help but wonder whether I can beat the clock and survive a robot invasion. Artificial Intelligence and Continue Reading →