• Here’s Bob Ambroji’s take on The Pew Charitable Trusts’ entry into A2J: A Potentially Major Lifeline For Low-Income Legal Tech And A2J. Bob discusses how Pew will attack several specific A2J obstacles. “Pew’s express commitment to increase access to free online legal tools and to develop new platforms to help people interact with the

  • Here, from Kira Systems, is a good primer on Contract Analysis AI. Contract Analysis Software: The Technology Fundamentals.
  • There’s more news about contracts re: “ABBYY®, a global provider of content intelligence services, today announced the launch of ABBYY Text Analytics for Contracts, a managed service that automatically discovers insights from contracts and leases

  • This short piece by Bernard Marr (“Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain: 3 Major Benefits of Combining these Two Mega-Trends”) is worth reading but I disagree that blockchain is likely to “explain decisions made by AI.” If only!
  • Speaking of blockchain, in this post, Kevin Gidney, co-founder of Seal Software asks, “What do blockchain, artificial

  • When a client asked Gowling to use AI to analyze a large batch of contracts, they discovered that implementing the system wasn’t exactly plug & play — not even close. A struggle at first, it was ultimately “better, faster and cheaper.” This article does a good job of laying out the process, pitfalls and eventual

  • Later this month, Elexirr will hold a man (lawyer) vs. machine (AI) competition to see who’s best at predicting the success of complaints to The Financial Ombudsman Service. This link includes a link to register to compete.
  • AI doesn’t just analyze and predict, it can create art, music, prose, news stories and more. This