I really enjoyed this conversation which revolved around “Augmented Reality in the Courtroom” with Sam Glover of the popular Lawyerist #Podcast. We focused on the topics of Virtual Reality #VR, Augmented Reality #AR, Mixed Reality #MR and Artificial Intelligence #AI. Sam and I also chatted about how sensory and voice devices will compliment the above.
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I enjoyed sharing thoughts and planting seeds at the Clio Cloud Conference 2017 in New Orleans. We’re all in for an exciting ride and I can’t wait for more lawyers to embrace and use this evolving technology. Here’s my presentation.
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This past Tuesday on TheShow.Live we chatted about #VR #AR #MR and artificial intelligence (#AI) with industry and thought leaders Robert Scoble and Shel Israel. To date we’ve had more than 5,000 views and you can watch the recorded interview here on Facebook Live or below on Youtube.
Learn more about what’s on the horizon and how this technology is going to change your life. Find out why Robert and Shel wrote their new book, “The Fourth Transformation- How augmented reality and artificial intelligence change everything.” I also invite you to watch more past and upcoming interviews of people disrupting industries and creating change on our weekly livestreaming show, TheShow.live.
Today’s article by David Silverberg offers the reader an eye-opening preview to how VR is going to change how lawyers litigate and try their cases. David reached out to me when writing the article and I share thoughts and opinions throughout.
For example, “VR will definitely be the future of litigation in both court and jury trials,” says Mitch Jackson, an Orange County lawyer who often discusses tech trends in law at conferences and with media. “For one, it can create a more thorough environment for jurors to look at facts and to help them come to their final decision.”
To read David’s entire article, click here.