Working in the African legal context comes with its challenges, but it is exactly these challenges that have created fertile ground for building one of the world’s most innovative legal-tech platforms: Afriwise. Today, Afriwise is set to leapfrog as a global leader after acquiring leading AI-based legal software developer Pythagoria and unleashing its AI on Afriwise’s unmatched database of African legal information.
Relativity, a global legal technology company, today announced its annual list of AI Visionaries. The list recognizes and celebrates early adopters of AI, particularly in areas where managing risk is a top priority and the approach to technology adoption has traditionally been more conservative.
An industry first has launched, as leading Proptech firm Search Acumen begins beta testing of ChatGPT within their intuitive data platform for conveyancers.
Belgian legal tech company Henchman announced it has closed a €6,5 million Series A funding round. The round is led by the U.S.-based Adjacent VC and German Acton Capital and joined by Conviction VC and several business angels (including the Founders of Belgian success story, Showpad and Collibra).
Today, legal AI company Casetext unveiled CoCounsel, the first AI legal assistant. CoCounsel leverages the latest, most advanced large language model from OpenAI, which Casetext has customized for legal practice, to expertly perform the skills most valuable to legal professionals.
QuisLex, a leading alternative legal services provider long recognized as a pioneer in the industry, and ContractPodAi, the award-winning provider of the AI-powered, contract life cycle management product and One Legal Platform, are proud to announce their new partnership.
Robin AI secured $10.5m in a Series A funding round. This capital will be used to accelerate and scale the mission to change the way the legal industry works by using the latest in AI and generative models combined with ‘lawyers-in-the-loop’ to make simple tasks easier, reduce legal costs and provide widespread access to legal services.
A recent study conducted by Northern Irish solicitors, SG Murphy, decided to put AI chatbot, ChatGPT, to the test by asking it a number of standard legal questions. This was to ascertain whether the platform could rival solicitors in terms of giving accurate legal advice.
Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory today announced it has acquired Della AI Ltd., a provider of leading Artificial Intelligence technology based on advanced Natural Language Processing. This technology allows legal professionals to review contracts in multiple languages by simply asking questions.
Luminance, the world’s most advanced AI for legal document processing, today announced that it has signed a multi-million-dollar deal with a US-headquartered multinational conglomerate, as the award-winning tech company celebrates a record-breaking quarter.
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