In this episode of “The Geek in Review,” hosts Greg Lambert and Marlene Gebauer engage in a fascinating conversation with legal technology experts ⁠Pablo Arredondo⁠, ⁠Evan Shenkman⁠, and ⁠Darth Vaughn⁠. They discuss their proactive approach to incorporating AI technology, specifically ⁠CaseText’s CoCounsel⁠, into their legal practice and business operations.
Pablo shares, “I think the law is
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The California Innocence Project is utilizing CoCounsel, the GPT-4-powered AI legal assistant from Casetext, to help level the access to justice playing field on the back end by streamlining the process for exonerating the wrongfully convicted.
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Laura Safdi and Pablo Arredondo Introducing CoCounsel

On Wednesday night, Casetext  continued to celebrate the launch of their Generative AI platform, CoCounsel with a special  “Invitation only” event  during LegalWeek in New York. CoCounsel is powered by OpenAI’s GPT 4 and was the first AI technology to successfully pass a bar exam.

The event included a demo of a new
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Now in its 10th year in business, Casetext has introduced a series of unique products over the years that have cemented its reputation as a leading innovator in legal technology and AI. Now, at time when seemingly every legal tech developer is rushing to incorporate the GPT artificial intelligence model into their products, Casetext has unveiled CoCounsel, which it
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OpenAI’s most advanced model yet, GPT-4 has passed all portions of the Uniform Bar Exam and is helping to increase access to justice. “I cannot stress enough how much better this new model is than anything we’ve seen before,” said Pablo Arredondo, co-founder and CIO of Casetext.
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Remember earlier this year when two legal scholars and scientists had GPT 3.5 take the multiple-choice portion of the bar exam and it failed to pass? Well, the second time’s a charm, as GPT has now passed not only the multiple-choice portion, but also the essay portion, and scored around the top 10% of test takers.
Only this time, it
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Legal Tech insiders knew that something big was “cooking” at Casetext. Yesterday Casetext announced the Launch of Co-Counsel, which is described as the first AI Legal Assistant. The launch included some notable media appearances : a live demo on tv and a video interview Product Briefing with Nikki Shaver of Legal TechHub.

In another first, Casetext CoFounders, CEO, Jake Heller,
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With the legal industry consumed with interest in generative AI and legal tech companies scrambling to incorporate the technology into their products, it was a sure bet that, sooner rather than later, Casetext would come out with a product of its own.
After all, this is the company that had already launched the powerful neural net search technology AllSearch and
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US legal research provider Casetext today (1 March) unveils a legal assistant powered by OpenAI’s “most advanced” large language model, which it has customised for the legal sector. We’re told …
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“Our AI legal assistant is the first of its kind,” said Jake Heller, co-founder and CEO of Casetext. “It creates a momentous opportunity for attorneys to delegate tasks like legal research, document review, and contract analysis to an AI, freeing them to focus on the most impactful aspects of their practice.”
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One of the most exciting panels at the 2022 ILTA Conference (What is Natural Language Processing and How can I Use It?) showcased dramatic breakthroughs in neural net technology to natural language processing (NLP). Pablo Arredondo, Co-Founder / Chief Innovation Officer, Casetext provided an intensely passionate tutorial on the history of AI through the centuries. The launch of commercial research systems
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For all the advances made in the science of legal search, we are – as Pablo Arredondo, cofounder and chief innovation officer of Casetext likes to say – stuck in the keyword prison.
Virtually all search tools – whether for legal research, e-discovery review, document review, or anything else – are confined to indexes. Every word in every case
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