WHAT DO YOU DO BEST?

Posted by Cian on Feb 15, 2017 10:42:50 AM

I saw a post from our friend Andrew (Ross Intelligence) where he was finally flying back home after travelling all over the world with his business.

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Topics: AI, entrepreneur, success

BEAGLE: A YEAR IN REVIEW

Posted by Cian on Jan 5, 2017 10:22:36 AM

Legal Tech and AI have both experienced a whirlwind year. It’s been fascinating to watch the perspectives from notable visionaries, academics, lawyers, journalists and tech bloggers alike! The cumulative effects of open-minded communication amongst these forward-thinking people are starting to bring tangible solutions to an industry which, was quite overdue for some serious modernization.

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Topics: Machine Learning, Legaltech, AI

INDIA'S INSIGHTS ON BALANCING LIFE & TECH

Posted by Cian on Oct 26, 2016 12:40:59 PM

I enjoy Ted Talks. I have watched hundreds of them. Up until now, the ones which pop up are the big inspirational leaders who have found multimillion dollar success.

This past weekend, I found myself watching Ted Talks from other countries. And beacuse I have done consitutional law reasearch for Indian based NGOS's, India; a land of awseome culture, resilienace, and personality, was a ripe focus for my foreign Ted Talk exploration

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Topics: Legaltech, AI, technology, balancing life and work, time management

THE DANGERS OF BEING CALLED AN "AI LAWYER"

Posted by Cian on Aug 30, 2016 11:24:00 AM

Our friends at ROSS Intelligence have had some fantastic milestones this year. One of them was when a significant bankruptcy law firm "hired an Artificial Intelligent Lawyer" from ROSS. This press release caused some huge conversation online. Some of the comments, I take issue with, in short: 
1. There was an unwarranted concern on how ROSS uptake would cause an issue with training lawyers.
2. There was a complete and utter misclassification of ROSS as a "Lawyer".
3. There was a poorly articulated reflection on how technology can assist in our day-to-day lives.

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Topics: Machine Learning, Legaltech, #Lawyers, Artificial Intelligence, AI, NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING