I was a 12 year old in Poland when the communist regime was in full force. People could not openly speak their minds for fear of being caught not obeying the communist rule. My parents would often meet with their friends in private, carefully selecting participants to avoid communist sympathizers, to discuss their political views and concerns for the country. ... In order to get through those turbulent two years, I had to learn how to embrace change. Multiple times. That experience changed me forever and influenced who I am today. I view change as a positive force that propels us forward.
I believe AI is more than just the latest buzzword. Yes, it may be at the peak of inflated expectations on the Gartner hype cycle, but as all emerging technologies, it will mature over time. I am an optimist. I believe AI will lead to things we cannot yet imagine. Whether you call it artificial intelligence or augmented intelligence, AI has the potential to fundamentally change the practice of law.