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
My favorite story of the day: Pew Charitable Trusts is getting behind two serious A2J efforts. With their $5 billion endowment, this could have serious impact. Check out the coverage by Artificial Lawyer here.
Here comes Legal Hackathon 2019! “The Global Legal Hackathon engages law schools, law firms and in-house departments, legal technology
MUST Read. Of all the AI innovations in the legal industry to-date, this application of predictive analytics is my favorite. Kudos to DLA Piper! Data-Driven Client Retention Program Wins Fans at DLA Piper.
Who can own the copyright then a robot takes a selfie? Same for a monkey? Davies Collison Cave lawyers weigh in
Law firm websites are notoriously confusing for visitors to navigate, so I am surprised that I have not yet seem one with a chatbot to take the user directly to the pages they need. As reported here, chatbots are becoming very sophisticated and people are beginning to favor talking to devices rather than typing.
Check out this interesting post by Gerry Riskin about LTaaS (Legal Technology as a Service). It seems Allen & Overy is using Neota Logic technology to offer some fresh packaging/delivery of services. It’s branded “aosphere.”
From Alicia Ryan, Knowledge & Innovation Delivery Manager at Fenwick via Artificial Lawyer, this projection of how
If your firm does business in Europe and in any way uses data about individuals, you must get ready for the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will take effect in May 2018. As AI is completely dependent on data, this will directly impact any sort of AI systems relying on personal data you
Mergers & Acquisitions. As previously reported here, several major law firms are using Luminance AI-powered tools in their M&A deals. Now, “(d)ue diligence artificial intelligence software provider Luminance and data collaboration platform HighQ, both London-based companies, recently announced a product integration that will allow users to pipeline data from HighQ into Luminance for processing.” Details