Holding Redlich joins Australian trial of legal sector AI

LexisNexis is launching an artificial intelligence (AI) tool for the Australian legal sector. Built on LLMs Claude 2 and OpenAI’s GPT-4 and trained on LexisNexis’ 1.23 million court opinions, statutes, filings and secondary materials, Lexis+ AI can automatically generate documents, including advice to clients, internal emails and court filings such as statements of claim. Lawyers enter prompts and materials that help contextualise what they need Lexis+AI to write, and it returns the first drafts of documents. The user is then advised to review the output and use prompts to tweak its language to the intended tone.

Source: IT News



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