Intraspexion is the ‘Minority Report’ of litigation.
That’s how Intraspexion was described in a December 2016 blog post in the ArtificialLawyer by the UK’s Richard Tromans, and in an article in the March 2017 issue of the ACC Legal Ops Observer by Jeff Cox, an attorney with Citigroup.
But instead of “pre-cogs” and pre-crime, Intraspexion uses Deep Learning algorithms to help corporate counsel “move from managing risk to avoiding risk,” as Jeff Cox put it (emphasis added).
Intraspexion is the sole beneficiary of U.S. Pat. No. 9,552,548 (issued January 24, 2017) for "Using Classified Text and Deep Learning Algorithms to Identify Risk and Provide Early Warning."
Quickly Identify Litigation Risks
Intraspexion’s Deep Learning algorithm runs in the background, scanning your company’s internal emails daily and flagging significant litigation risks for review by corporate counsel.
Conduct Privileged Investigations
Corporate counsel can conduct or oversee internal investigations and alert control-group executives if action needs to be taken, all within the work-product doctrine and the attorney-client privilege.
Proactively Avoid costly Litigation
In litigation defense, even if you win you lose. The average cost of any lawsuit against a business is about $350,000. Per case. By empowering corporate counsel to proactively avoid just three (3) average lawsuits per year, the company stands to preserve over $1 million of net profit.