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Obviously this move is pretty significant for those trying to sell machine learning in a SAAS style model / machine learning as a service (ML_AAS). Together with the significant amount of ML technology that is already in the opensource ecosystem … Continue reading
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Today we here at LexPredict announce that we will be open sourcing our document analytics platform ContraxSuite (which works on a wide class of documents beyond just contracts). From the Announcement – “Starting on August 1st, this code base and our public development roadmap will be hosted on Github under a permissive open-source licensing model that … Continue reading "Why We Are Open Sourcing ContraxSuite and Some Thoughts About Legal Tech and the Modern Information Economy"
ContraxSuite – Why We’re Open-Sourcing ContraxSuite and Product Overview from LexPredict, LLC – Following up on our prior announcement – here is a slidedeck offering more Product Overview, Use Case and Plan for Release.
From the article – “We are increasingly thinking that there’s room in legal tech for a Red Hat in legal — companies that really focus on development of software by providing wraparound services, but offer their software open source,” Michael J Bommarito II said. For more information check out our announcement and the slidedeck … Continue reading "LexPredict Goes Open Source, Hopes Others Will Follow ( via ALM LegalTechNews )"
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From the release: “At their core, many academic and commercial applications of natural language processing and machine learning can benefit from a controlled lexicon of expert-selected terms (i.e., a dictionary). This is especially true of highly technical language, such as legal text. However, after a search of the existing landscape, we were unable to find … Continue reading "LexPredict Open Sources The 1910 Version of Black’s Law – The World’s Most Well Known Legal Dictionary is Now a Data Object"