Articles Tagged with ROSS

On Monday, I blogged about the launch by ROSS Intelligence, the AI-based legal research platform, of EVA, a free product that analyzes briefs and performs various functions, including determining whether the cases they cite are still good law. After hearing about EVA, the folks at Casetext — who have their own brief analyzer, CARA — challenged ROSS […]

The folks at ROSS Intelligence are sometimes secretive about their artificial intelligence-based legal research platform, limiting access to and even demonstrations of the platform to paying customers. The rest of us have been left to wonder what all the buzz is about, and we’ve been wondering all the more since October, when ROSS announced an […]

ROSS founders Pargles Dall’Oglio, Andrew Arruda and Jimoh Ovbiagele. The artificial-intelligence-driven legal research service ROSS Intelligence today announced an $8.7 million Series A funding round, adding to its earlier $4.3 million seed round. The two-year-old company will use the funding to accelerate its growth, expand its product lines, increase its capacity, and attract world-class talent […]

LexisNexis is today announcing the launch of Lexis Answers, a feature that brings artificial intelligence to the Lexis Advance legal research platform. With Lexis Answers, a researcher can ask a natural-language question and get back the single-best answer in the form of what Lexis is calling a Lexis Answer Card. LexisNexis says that Lexis Answers […]

Following my post earlier this week about the benchmark report published by Blue Hill Research that assessed the ROSS Intelligence legal research platform, I had several questions about the report and many readers contacted me with questions of their own. The author of the report, David Houlihan, principal analyst at Blue Hill, kindly agreed to […]

I cannot remember the last time I changed a headline on a blog post or even whether I ever did. But by popular demand, I am changing the headline on my recent post about a study that compared the ROSS artificial intelligence platform against Westlaw and LexisNexis. My headline said: ROSS Artificial Intelligence Outperforms Westlaw […]

What have been 2015’s most important developments in legal technology? For the past two years, I’ve posted my picks of the top developments in legal tech (2014, 2013). With another year under our belts, it’s time to look back at 2015. What follows are my picks for the year’s most important legal technology developments. As […]