Chrissie Lightfoot, a legal futurist and the co-founder of LISA, the “world’s first impartial robot lawyer”, warns students seeking to “future-proof” their employability that those coding skills may be obsolete in the next five years. “We all need to constantly learn new skills to keep up with, or ahead of, the evolution of machine learning and the challenge it brings,” she says.Originally published in The Times on Thursday 18 May 2017. Click here to read more (paywall).
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