Expert Systems and Decision Automation

They can respond more succinctly than ever to answer client questions, triage incoming requests, provide details, and trigger automated workflows that ensure lawyers handle legal issues efficiently and effectively.
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With legal technology companies of all ilks rapidly moving to develop products that incorporate the new generation of generative AI typified by ChatGPT, it was only a matter of time before one of the legal research giants would enter the fray.
Today, LexisNexis is announcing the launch of Lexis+ AI, a new product that uses large language models (LLMs),
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LexisNexis® Legal & Professional, is announcing the launch of Lexis+® AI, a generative AI platform designed to transform legal work. According to the press release “Lexis+ AI is built and trained on the largest repository of accurate and exclusive legal content, leveraging an extensive collection of documents and records to provide customers with trusted, comprehensive legal results with unmatched speed
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The generative AI legal tech startup Harvey has raised $21 million in a Series A funding round led by Sequoia Capital. 
When I first wrote about Harvey in November, the previously stealth startup had just emerged with news that it had raised $5 million in funding led by the startup fund of OpenAI, the company that is the developer
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Want to be as smart as Google’s BERT or Facebook’s LLaMA? Well then, you should keep reading this blog, as it was used to help train them.
With so much attention being paid to the current generation of AI trained on large language models, such as ChatGPT, most of us know little about the text used to train them.
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Bob is a lawyer, veteran legal journalist, and award-winning blogger and podcaster. In 2011, he was named to the inaugural Fastcase 50, honoring “the law’s smartest, most courageous innovators, techies, visionaries and leaders.” Earlier in his career, he was editor-in-chief of several legal publications, including The National Law Journal, and editorial director of ALM’s Litigation Services Division.
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A few weeks ago, I wrote here about the imminent launch by Josef of the beta version of Josef Q, its new product that uses advanced AI to transform policies and regulations — such as those pertaining to privacy, data security, HR and procurement — into digital Q&A tools, so that employees or clients can easily get answers to policy
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Wait, are there now two legal AI companies named Harvey? And how is it they both involve a Winston? And why did one disappear overnight? It’s a legal tech mystery.
Last November, a GPT-powered legal AI startup called Harvey came out of stealth mode, revealing it had raised $5 million in funding led by the startup fund of OpenAI,
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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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eDiscovery vendor DISCO has unveiled a chatbot that it says will help lawyers take advantage of the recent advances in large language models and generative AI.  The chatbot, called Cecilia, …
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This week brought the annual Legalweek show to New York, one of the world’s largest and most prominent legal technology conferences. Traditionally a place where major legal tech companies announce new products and features, this year was no different, save for slew of GPT-related announcements. As has been the case for several years, e-discovery and contract-management companies dominated the news
Continue Reading Legalweek News Roundup Part 1: Reveal, Casepoint, DISCO, ContractPodAi, HaystackID, Repario