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Ivan
Mokanov

AI4A2J

Originally published on Slaw.ca. The title of this post stands for Artificial Intelligence for Access to Justice. It sounds a little like buzzword festival. Rest assured however – there is no mention whatsoever of block chain or design thinking further down in the text. A few months ago we sent out an invitation to industry partners to join Lexum Lab (Lexum’s R&D team) to […] Read more

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Lexum is Inviting Industry Partners to Join Lexum Lab in Pilot Implementations of Legal Data Enhancement Technologies

Lexum Lab –  Lexum’s R&D unit – currently conducts several projects in the fields of text analysis, information retrieval, metadata extraction, document enhancement, and classification. We use machine learning and deep learning techniques on the millions of documents available on the Canadian Legal Information Institute (CanLII) website.  Our approach provides versatile solutions... Read more

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Irosoft and Lexum Join Forces in an Artificial Intelligence Project Aiming at Improving Privacy

Two innovating Québec SMEs, Irosoft and Lexum, both well known in Canadian legal circles, are joining forces today to develop technology that leverages artificial intelligence to open the way to exploiting very large data sets (“Big Data”) while ensuring the protection of the personal information that they contain. At present, Lexum and Irosoft are conducting research on […] Read more

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Lexum and MILA (Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms) Work Together on a New Approach to Legal Information Retrieval

Lexum is proud to announce a collaborative project with MILA (Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms) seeking to apply research in the area of deep learning and machine learning into the field of legal research. Having the chance of combining computer engineers with cutting-edge expertise in the specifics of legal texts, a large set of legal […] Read more

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