Visualisation Tools

StructureFlow’s Three Dimensions of Visualisation

30th November 2020 artificiallawyer 1

StructureFlow is different to many other legal tech companies. This is because it operates in a graphical world of visually representing how lawyers work. Perhaps the easiest way to explain StructureFlow is to say it helps lawyers create an interactive image of what a deal looks like, what is contained in that deal in terms of links to documents, and what stage the parties are at in the transaction.

Big Four

EY’s New LMS Boss on Process, Pricing + Tech

25th November 2020 artificiallawyer 0

Last year, Big Four firm EY bought Pangea3 from Thomson Reuters as part of a major strategic play to rapidly build up its Legal Managed Services (LMS) arm. Artificial Lawyer spoke to John Knox, the new head of the LMS group about its business model and where it is headed now.

KM

iManage + Foundation: Deeper Insights, More Powerful KM

25th November 2020 artificiallawyer 0

Knowledge is not a static asset. And for organizations like law firms, professional services entities, legal departments, and others where know-how and knowledge is the work product they are trading on, it’s critical to be able to find, access, and act on the ever-increasing stores of collective knowledge with speed and accuracy.

Legal AI + Data Security

Updated: Kira Guarantees Confidentiality with Differential Privacy

23rd November 2020 artificiallawyer 1

Legal AI pioneer, Kira Systems, has become the first legal tech company – it believes – to develop a Differential Privacy capability which ensures that when clients share trained NLP models with others, confidential information cannot be discovered by ‘reverse engineering’ the software’s response to potentially sensitive documents.

Legal Tech + Japan

Japanese Firm Invests in Reynen Court, Signals Growth in Legal Tech Focus

23rd November 2020 artificiallawyer 1

In what appears to be a world first, a Japanese law firm – Nishimura & Asahi – has invested in a foreign legal tech company: in this case ‘app store’ Reynen Court. The move is far more significant than just the money the company will receive, and indicates a new level of interest in legal tech in Japan – the third largest economy in the world – but which has only recently started to show enthusiasm for integrating tech into legal work processes.

Product Walk Through

Think You Know Neota Logic? Think Again

23rd November 2020 artificiallawyer 0

Neota Logic has been part of the legal tech landscape for a decade now and has been evolving steadily. Today it is a multi-capability platform that goes far beyond the expert system applications it is perhaps best known for. Hence the question: Think you know Neota Logic? Think again.