Thomson Reuters Teases Generative AI Updates to Westlaw Precision Coming Nov. 15

Thomson Reuters will unveil generative AI enhancements to its flagship legal research product Westlaw Precision on Nov. 15 that will build on its acquisition of Casetext. Thomson Reuters said it is taking a “best of” approach to product development, leveraging Casetext to accelerate the time for bringing its product to market, while also blending content with workflows and expanding beyond legal research to provide benefits to customers across its segments.

“Enhancing its flagship product, Thomson Reuters is set to make a new generative AI skill available in Westlaw Precision later this month. Using the new skill named Westlaw Precision AI-Assisted Research, customers will be able to ask complex questions in conversational language and quickly receive synthesized answers. Leveraging innovation from CoCounsel, the new skill will draw from Thomson Reuters industry-leading, trusted content from across statutes, cases, and regulations to quickly resolve queries that used to take hours.”

Thompson Reuters also said that it would be bringing a chat-type interface to its Practical Law product in January, the new Practical Law Answers will allow users to submit queries in conversational language and quickly receive answers validated by the trusted content of Practical Law.

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