Much of a lawyer's job can be about the letter of the law: that is, hours analyzing pages and pages of technical legal language in contracts. But advances in natural language processing and artificial intelligence have led to an explosion of legal tech - and incredible algorithmic tools at startups and big firms.
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2013 - ADVANCED LEGAL PROCESSING SERVICES INC.
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