Ross is known as the world’s first known Artificially Intelligent Attorney, and his firm possesses their first official law firm. “Baker & Hostetler” has announced that their firm will be providing an employment option for Ross within their bankruptcy practice, which is currently holding another 50 attorneys.
The well-known and highly reputable artificially attorney, Ross, has been built using the IBM’s Cognitive Computer “Watson,” as a template. Ross was devised in order to read and interpret languages, populate hypotheses questionings when asked, and research as well as perfectly generating a response with proper references and even citations, to provide facts upon the statements. Ross possesses the ability to be able to learn from hands-on experience, thus providing faster speeds and more knowledge the more you interact with it.
You are able to simply ask Ross your question in clear English, much like you would ask that of your colleague. Ross will then continue to process this question by searching through the entire body of law. Ross will then proceed to prescribing you with your answer, which comes complete with topical readings from different legislation. Ross also provides you with case law and secondary sources in order to get you up-to-speed more quickly. According the Ross website, Ross will also monitor the law 24/7 and provide you with any new court decisions in which may affect your case.
The large attorney firm, Baker & Hostetler, has in fact, been utilizing the Ross system since the initial launch of the early days of development. They are continuously growing, and are a proud supporter and partner with a known true leader inside the industry.
Below is a video in which explains more details of the “ROSS” program, and what will you do with Watson?
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