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Vincent Joins CARA, EVA and Clerk as the Latest AI-Driven Research Assistant
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: The international legal research platform vLex today introduced the beta version of Vincent, an AI-powered legal research assistant that analyzes legal documents you upload and finds relevant research results. Vincent is in the same vein as CARA from Casetext, Clerk from Judicata,
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Breaking: Legal Services Provider UnitedLex Receives Major Majority Investment
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: Fast on the heels of the Sept. 10 announcement that Atrium — the combination law firm and legal technology company — had raised $65 million, today comes news that enterprise legal services provider UnitedLex has received a majority investment
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Filling in the Gaps: Regulation of Biotechnology in the United States
Author Justin Evans/Intellectually Jay: By Brooks Lockett and Justin Evans     Two recent developments are dramatically altering the biotechnology industry. First, there have been vast increases in the amounts of chemical herbicides used on genetically modified crops, and still
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Using an Artificial Intelligence Software Platform to Streamline the Trademark Infringement Process
Author Justin Evans/Intellectually Jay: Continue Reading…
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Using an Artificial Intelligence Software Platform to Streamline the Trademark Infringement Process
Author Justin Evans/Intellectually Jay: On Friday, April 20th LegalRnD will host the “Measuring Lawyer Quality and Setting an Empirical Research Agenda for Legal Technology and Innovation” Conference from 9 am to 12 pm at the Kellogg Center in East Lansing.
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Curb Your Enthusiasm: The Real Implications of Blockchain in the Legal Industry (Abstract)
Author Justin Evans/Intellectually Jay: Below is an abstract/summary of my paper with the Journal of Business, Entrepreneurship and the Law at Pepperdine Law School. Motivated by the recent explosion of interest in artificial intelligence(AI), I examined whether it makes sense to
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Introducing legal research assistant Vincent from vLex
Author Caroline Hill/Legal IT Insider: Well finally we have an AI-backed legal research assistant with a boy’s name, as global legal publisher vLex announces the launch of Vincent, which analyses legal documents in Spanish and English and is trained in
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Legal IT Newswire: Lexalytics Data Extraction Services Enables Hybrid Analysis of Both Structured and Unstructured Data from Corporate Documents
Author Caroline Hill/Legal IT Insider: Lexalytics®, the leader in “words-first” machine learning and artificial intelligence, announced today the launch of Lexalytics Data Extraction Services, the first data extraction software and services that combine Lexalytics’ industry-leading AI-based, natural language processing (NLP)
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MDR LAB: What is it really good for?
Author Caroline Hill/Legal IT Insider: At the risk of going legal tech lab mad, here is an article from the July/August Orange Rag, where we looked at Mishcon de Reya’s MDR LAB and asked – aside from the headlines it
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What is digital transformation worth in the legal industry?
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: When organizations invest in technology, they expect something in return. Common expectations in the legal industry include improving service delivery, making work processes more efficient and boosting staff
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Hurricane Florence Lays Waste to North Carolina Hog Farms
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology When Hurricane Florence was first predicted to make landfall in Eastern North Carolina earlier this month, Governor Roy Cooper issued the unprecedented action of ordering state-mandated evacuations for many ENC residents.
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Amazon: Too “Tech-y” For Products Liability?
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology First-year law students around the United States learn in their introductory torts classes that any entity in the manufacturing, distribution, or retail chain of a defective product can be held liable
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