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Suddenly, it seems, new law-related chatbots are springing up regularly.
Most legal chatbots are designed to help consumers, but now some are emerging to make legal professionals’ lives easier.
A chatbot is a computer program that interacts with the user by simulating a conversation or dialog.
Others include: While the chatbots above are designed for consumers and small businesses, companies are also beginning to develop chatbots designed to make lawyers’ lives easier.
In the UK, business intelligence and analytics company Helm360 has launched Termi, an AI assistant for lawyers.