There’s been a lot of talk about using technology to make law more efficient. There’s no denying staffing ratios have changed in recent decades, but many non-lawyers look at the field astonished by inefficient processes and high costs. Justin Kan, who sold his last venture to Amazon for almost $1 billion, is doing something about it.
What if you could reply to a work email hands-free while in traffic? Dragon Dictation by Nuance, makers of the widely-used “naturally speaking” desktop dictation application, have released a mobile version that lets you take advantage of its voice recognition software on your phone.
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Joshua Browder, an 18-year-old programmer in the UK, had a problem – he had too many parking tickets and not enough money to pay them or pay a lawyer to fight them. With some research, he realized the process for fighting the tickets was formulaic. His solution: build an AI-based program to prepare an appeal letter based on the facts of each case called, DoNotPay.