InCloudCounsel Enhances Leading Solution for Routine Legal Work with Advancements in AI

Next generation legal AI and machine learning research makes legal technology company's end-to-end solution even betterLONDON, Nov. 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- InCloudCounsel, a legal technology company with a scalable, end-to-end solution that frees companies from routine legal work, has announced two new software automation enhancements powered by proprietary research in AI and machine learning. These advancements assist the expert freelance lawyers negotiating agreements on InCloudCounsel's platform to work more efficiently and produce higher quality work. The news demonstrates InCloudCounsel's ongoing commitment to applying cutting-edge technology to help transform the delivery of legal services.Both enhancements are powered by new-to-market AI and machine learning models developed from proprietary research, but occur at different points in the document negotiation and management process in InCloudCounsel's end-to-end solution. The first enhancement, applied to the negotiation stage, brings automated initial contract review to the InCloudCounsel platform. When an original contract from a counterparty is first loaded onto the platform, the system automatically scans and flags clauses that are in conflict with a customer's negotiation requirements to the lawyer negotiating the agreement.The second enhancement occurs after a negotiation has been completed, whenA  InCloudCounsel's end-to-end solution creates an abstract summary of key terms in the agreement. When the lawyers on InCloudCounsel's platform create an abstract, the platform automatically scans the finalised agreement and identifies the key terms for some of the most common clauses. Both enhancements make the technology platform, already regarded as the most technologically advanced of its kind, even better.Research and development for the AI and machine learning models behind the software advancements was led by Hadayat Seddiqi, director of machine learning at InCloudCounsel. Prior to InCloudCounsel, Hadayat worked on space exploration robots at NASA, published papers in quantum computing at the United States Department of Energy, and engineered DNA sequencing software at a biotech startup.
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