Relativity, a leading global legal technology firm, announced today its 2024 AI Visionaries List, celebrating pioneers who have innovatively incorporated AI into legal applications.

This list highlights individuals making significant move in integrating AI into the legal sphere.

The AI Visionaries List, now in its third year, acknowledges those at the forefront of AI exploration within legal tech.

It includes leaders from Fortune 500 companies and top Am Law firms who have been early adopters and advocates of AI technologies.

Phil Saunders, CEO of Relativity, stressed the importance of recognizing such innovation.

"This year has been pivotal for AI in the legal field. Celebrating these visionaries is crucial as they're the ones shaping an AI-driven future in law," Saunders commented.

Among the honored is Michallynn Demiter, an IT eDiscovery expert at Bayer Corporation, known for her pioneering use of generative AI in legal proceedings organization.

Demiter's approach exemplifies the evolving role of AI in enhancing legal processes and strategies.

Katherine Lowry, CIO at BakerHostetler and a member of the first AI Visionaries cohort in 2022, has been instrumental in launching IncuBaker, a pioneering alternative legal service provider.

Lowry's early recognition of AI's potential in legal tech underscores the transformative impact AI has on traditional legal workflows.

This recognition goes beyond mere acknowledgment. A special dinner on Jan. 29, coinciding with the first day of Legalweek, will celebrate these AI Visionaries.

The event promises an evening of networking with peers and industry leaders, fostering a community of innovators.

In addition to celebrating these visionaries, Relativity will unveil expansions to its generative AI solutions, Relativity aiR, at Legalweek 2024.

This expansion underlines Relativity's ongoing commitment to responsible AI development within legal technology.


The 2024 AI Visionaries List by Relativity not only honors individual achievements but also highlights a broader shift in the legal industry towards embracing AI.

As these innovators continue to push the boundaries, they pave the way for a more efficient, AI-enhanced legal landscape.

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