The above Vimeo was scripted and voiced by co-founder Larry W. Bridgesmith, Adjunct Professor of Law at Vanderbilt Law School. Copyright 2017 Intraspexion Inc. All rights reserved.

Intraspexion offers a limited number of free pilot projects. For corporate legal departments Only.

To qualify for a free pilot project, your company must have experienced (and recently settled) one or more employment-discrimination lawsuits from a now-closed case which lasted long enough for your company to have produced emails in .pst format to the plaintiff, and you must confirm to us that the emails you produced contained risky or even “smoking gun” emails.

For the pilot, we'll send you computers to use "on premises" for up to 15 days, so you can test Intraspexion’s “deep learning” system by uploading the emails from that now-closed case as if they were a batch of yesterday's emails.

Step 1. Our system will either surface those risky or smoking gun emails (among others) as high scoring results, or not.

Step 2. If you see risky emails, then just compare the dates on those emails with the date the now-closed lawsuit was filed.

Step 3. Ask yourself: Would you have had days, weeks or months to investigate and proactively mitigate the litigation risk and so avoid the lawsuit altogether? 

Step 4. Then ask us about pricing and terms. 

Technologist Jeremy Howard’s TED talk in 2014 (about 18 minutes)

Deep Learning?

Deep Learning practitioner Jeremy Howard’s TED talk, seen by over 2 million viewers on YouTube and TED.com, is entitled “The wonderful and terrifying implications of computers that can learn.” It’s a great, no-math introduction to the topic.