I think the first time I heard the term “virtual law practice” was about ten years ago. I had just launched my own law firm in Spring 2006 and was poring over a number of books and blogs about how to best organize my office and be more efficient.
VIDEO TRANSCRIPT Hi, I’m Tom Martin and today’s LawDroid lesson is about AI and Chatbots. I’m a Yale philosophy major, lawyer, technophile, and entrepreneur. I’m the co-founder of the Vancouver chapter of Legal Hackers, and I’ve created LawDroid which is an AI legal assistant to help people solve their legal problems.
I bet you know what your AVVO rating is. And, you probably know your Yelp star rating. But, do you know what you Net Promoter Score (NPS) is? Even if you’re not familiar with the term, I’m pretty sure you’ve been asked to rate someone using the system.
The hullabaloo of modern life: it’s inescapable. Devices beep, buzz, chirp and ring. Just this morning you may have overheard or said yourself: “My inbox is flooded,” “Have you checked your twitter feed?,” “Did you see what she posted on Facebook?,” “Oh those pictures you posted on Instagram are adorable!,” “Have you tried out that bot on Messenger?” And you …
If you’ve been keeping up with the news lately, reading blogs or the occasional legal industry related tweets on twitter, you’ve heard the deafening cries and dizzying excitement about artificial intelligence, machine learning and chatbots. But, what are chatbots?
Entitled “New Year’s Resolution for Better Business Practices,” the teleconference included a panel discussion with Haley Bohlmann (ARAG), Matt Hahne (Virginia Beach bankruptcy attorney) and Raphael Vernassal (Rocket Lawyer), moderated by Tom Martin (LawDroid) and hosted by GLSA.