Diversifying tech: London-based Robin AI secures £1.75M funding to fuel AI-powered contracts

Robin AI

As technology evolves, it is aimed to be used for bettering our lives while making difficult tasks easier. Similarly, in the legal domain, there are multiple grinding or repetitive tasks that are time-consuming and take away from important matters. In order to mitigate this, London-based startup Robin AI offers a solution that is said to automatically reviewing such legal documents. The startup has now secured a £1.75 million investment as well. 

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AI & Law: Chess-like State-Space complexity

Chess Piece Caricature

Some liken the practice of law to the playing of chess. Lawyers need to conceive of their legal moves and countermoves related to opposing counsel. AI chess-playing systems have gotten quite good and there are lessons to be learned therein
It is handy to consider the state-space complexity in the construct of legal argumentation. Predictions are that the use of AI legal reasoning will ultimately be integral to legal arguments

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The AI/ ML FDA Plan

FDA TPLC Approach AI/ML Workflow

In case you are not familiar with it, the Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) is a federal agency of the Department of Health and Human Services. that is responsible for the control and supervision of food safety, drugs, vaccines, medical devices, and the likes. In recent times the FDA has been thinking about how to regulate medical devices that are driven or based on AI as a result of several recent efforts, they published their “Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning (AI/ML)-Based Software as a Medical Device (SaMD) Action Plan” in January 2021.

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Brightflag raises $28 million to manage legal spend using big data analytics

Brightflag, an AI-powered legal spend management startup, today announced a $28 million round. The company says it will put the funds toward expanding its footprint while bolstering R&D to support existing customers. According to a recent Gartner survey…

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