The future of 'robotic' legal services is an exciting and a very fast-growing industry, but the impact on lawyers' day-to-day jobs seems to be relatively minimal. Automation of legal services is less 'robotics' and more algorithms overseen and programmed by humans. They still need humans to create them, oversee them and fix them when they go wrong. The days when autonomous robots can advice clients are as far away as those robots being given professional indemnity cover. In other words, very.