LegalMation, a California-based technology startup, debuted a new artificial intelligence platform designed to help law firms by automating key tasks in the early stages of litigation, at the Minority Corporate Counsel Association’s Global TEC Forum in San Francisco on Monday.
The AI platform, which is currently in beta testing with LTL Attorneys LLP, incorporates the computing capabilities of IBM Watson and generates draft work product, saving as many as 10 hours of attorney time.
The new AI platform was discussed at a Global TEC Forum panel moderated by Daily Journal staff writer Kevin Lee. Panelists included LegalMation co-founder and LTL Attorneys co-managing partner James M. Lee; the head of business development for the IBM Watson Group Neil Sahota; and program director of the Privacy and Technology Project Jill Bronfman.
— Shane Nelson