This paper seeks to determine whether the technology behind Ross Intelligence can be considered disruptive and how the implementation of the technology will influence the Danish profession around law and order. The primary empirical data has been obtained through interviews with lawyers and the head of innovation in the Danish branch of IBM, in which the technology behind Ross Intelligence, Watson, was invented. This gave us a unique knowledge, which helped us to understand the complexity of the concept behind disruption and an insight in the organisation structures. To examine the empirical data we have used the theories about disruptive innovation by Clayton Christensen, furthermore theories of socio technical systems by Frank W. Geels & Johan Schot and Brian Whitworth & Adnan Ahmad has been used and finally theories concerning organization structures by Henry Mintzberg, Everett M. Rogers and Richard L. Daft. These theories helped to enlighten the overall thesis of the assignment, and made us able to conclude that Ross can not directly be considered a disruptive innovation, but a hybrid technology. Furthermore as a product of the empirical and theoretical data, we openly conclude that Ross Intelligence will have a major impact on specific workflows within the Danish legal profession.
|Uddannelser||Basis - Humanistisk-Teknologisk Bacheloruddannelse, (Bachelor uddannelse) Bachelor|
|Udgivelsesdato||31 maj 2017|
|Vejledere||Maja Fagerberg Ranten|
- Kunstig intelligens