Popular digital assistants include Amazon Alexa, Apple Siri, Google Assistant, and Microsoft Cortana. They use artificial intelligence to converse with users. Although law apps don’t currently use them, digital assistants can be used to control smart devices, create appointments, make phone calls, play music, search the Internet, send texts, take dictation, and transcribe messages. Remember to backup data and protect confidential information when using digital assistants in your law practice. Read articles about ethics of digital assistants and lawyers using them in their office and law practice.