Artificial intelligence will be a hot topic at ILTACON this year. The rise of so-called robot lawyers promises huge changes to the legal industry, the likes of which we’ve never seen before.
During the course of the below webinar recording, Ryan McClead, from HighQ, and Greg Wildisen, from Neota Logic, show how three off-the-shelf platforms can be combined with minimal development to automate a process that previously could only be performed by trained lawyers. For this demo we showcased RAVN, as the machine learning data extraction tool. Neota Logic, as the intelligent decisioning and reasoning system. And HighQ, as the collaboration and presentation platform.
The demonstration was followed by an audience Q&A session.
Ryan McClead, Business Transformation and Innovation Architect at HighQ –
Ryan McClead is a 2015 FastCase 50 recipient – honoring 50 “entrepreneurs, innovators, and trailblazers…who have charted a new course for the delivery of legal services” – and is a regular contributor to the popular 3 Geeks and a Law Blog.
Prior to joining HighQ, Ryan led the Global Legal Technology Innovation initiative at Norton Rose Fulbright. He has spent the last 13 years in BigLaw technology advocating for and implementing policies, procedures, and tools to improve the flow of knowledge and the pace of innovation within firms. He has worked with all facets of the business to find logical and technological solutions to problems plaguing individuals, departments, and the firm at large.
Greg Wildisen is an entrepreneur who has built several legal technology businesses. He has an extensive background in legal and support services, with degrees in both law and business. He is focused on providing vision and leadership to ensure client satisfaction and staff motivation.
Greg serves as the International Managing Director, responsible for leadership of the EMEA and Asia Pac business. Prior to joining Neota Logic in 2015, Greg was International Managing Director and Head of Product Strategy for Epiq Systems, a Nasdaq-listed legal technology business. He joined Epiq in 2008 through its acquisition of PinPoint Global, a SaaS eDisclosure company. Prior to PinPoint, Greg lived in Australia where he founded Diskcovery, a legal support business that was acquired by CCH (Wolters Kluwer).
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