Linklaters explores gen AI with Google’s Vertex AI for search, an OpenAI chatbot, and CoCounsel  

Linklater’s LLP a multinational law firm headquartered in London and one of the five   “Magic Circle” law firms currently employing over 3100 lawyers across 31 offices in 21 countries has published details of its proof of concept (POCs) of Google Cloud’s Vertex AI platform for search; launching a chatbot using Microsoft’s Azure OpenAI Service; and trialling AI assistant CoCounsel from Casetext, which was recently acquired by Thomson Reuters: 

“Generative AI is definitely a transformational piece of technology and people across the firm are excited about it and wanted to engage with it, so we thought about how to do that in a structured way…We have always embraced technology in the way we work but we needed to get our governance right and we also needed to understand what people want to use it for.” 

Shilpa Bhandarkar co-head of client solutions and innovation

Linklater’s challenge is to collate the feedback across these various POCs and work out which use cases to take forward. What works for litigation in America might not work for a corporate lawyer in Japan. The challenge is to identify consistent use cases across the world and the next phase is to aggregate all the intelligence

Source: Legal IT Insider



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