LawGeex & Intraspexion

On November 13, LawGeex's blog article was "5 things in LegalTech: How lawyers celebrated #STEMDay?"

Intraspexion was No. 5, the LegalTech interview of the week.

LawGeex wrote:

It is only natural that in our STEM-based edition we feature this CODEX interview with Nick Brestoff, 69, the founder and CEO of Intraspexion offering “Preventive Law with AI”. Brestoff is an engineer-turned-lawyer whose company is addressing the painful problem that bedevils corporate legal departments: the frequency and cost of litigation. “Intraspexion provides an early warning of specific types of possible litigation to in-house legal staff”. His advice to other tech entrepreneurs: “Find the pain to address first. Find the return on investment for your vision. Then, have the courage to fight off the depressing occasions.”

 

Disruptor Daily spotlights intraspexion

On November 6, 2017, Disruptor Daily published "How AI Is Disrupting the Legal Industry." The article described Intraspexion in its last section, "Looking Forward." The link to the article is here

 

Stanford's codex Center profiles Intraspexion and its founder

On November 5, 2017, Monica Bay, a Fellow of CodeX, the Stanford University Center for Legal Informatics, compiled and published a Startup Snapshot about Intraspexion and its CEO Nick Brestoff. You can find the profile by clicking here.

 

Engineering news-record spots intraspexion

On October 8, 2017, Tom Sawyer, Deputy Editor of Engineering News-Record (ENR), published his article about Intraspexion, "Risk Spotter Searches Internal Data Lakes for Loaded Words." For the link to his post, please click here.

 

'Minority report' AI COMpany Intraspexion Gains Deep Learning Patents

On September 13, 2017, the Artificial Lawyer blog by the UK's Richard Tromans reported on Intraspexion’s newly granted patent portfolio.

 

USPTO Grants Intraspexion a Portfolio of SEVEN (7) patents

On September 13, 2017, we announced (in our first press release) that the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office had granted and issued seven Deep Learning software system Patents assigned to Intraspexion. The core patent is U.S. Pat. No. 9,552,548 to Brestoff for "Using Classified Text and Deep Learning Algorithms to Identify Risk and Provide Early Warning." Six patents are for identifying general or specific risks, e.g., litigation and medical risks, and providing an early warning. Of these, the patent for medical risk is notable. Another notable patent is for identifying financial advantages to take (as opposed to risks to avoid) and providing notice. Each patent includes Deep Learning as a system element. Deep Learning is the most powerful and popular emerging branch of artificial intelligence.

 
 

not your father's toolbox

On September 1, 2017, Joe Dysart identified Intraspexion in his article focusing on what's in today's toolbox. He began his discussion about Intraspexion this way: "When it comes to lawsuits, the only thing better than an attorney who strikes sheer terror in the opposition is one who can scope out potential lawsuits before they happen – and steer you clear of any trouble." Dysart also described Intraspexion as an "AI early warning lawsuit alerter." Our thanks to Joe Dysart. The link to his post is here.

 

Why Intraspexion's First Patent was Granted in less than four months

On July 22, 2017, Jeff Cox (Citibank AVP - Legal Operations) posted on LinkedIn his local bar association article, entitled, “Practice Tips for Tampa Bay Attorneys - Making Your Client Special.” Cox explains why the USPTO granted Intraspexion’s patent for using “deep learning” to identify risk and provide early warning and issued U.S. Pat. No. 9,552,548 in less than four months.

 

{lawgeex} calls intraspexion "inventive and new"

On May 16, 2017, {LawGeex} published its In-House Counsel’s LegalTech Buyer’s Guide 2017 and listed Intraspexion under Prediction Technology in its Legal AI Landscape. The Landscape (on page 6 of the guide) is also viewable here

 

OUTSELL analyzes 50 emerging legal ai providers: includes intraspexion in the "compliance monitoring" category

On April 27, 2017, Outsell published its Company Analysis for Artificial Intelligence in Legal Tech. Regarding Intraspexion, Outsell wrote this: "Intraspexion is another start-up that monitors for a different kind of compliance risk, in the form of litigation risk. Its Deep Learning system runs on an organization's servers in the background, scanning internal emails daily and teaching itself what to flag as significant litigation risks for review by in-house counsel." At p. 8.

The Analysis was compiled by Hugh Logue, an Outsell Director and Lead Analyst. You can read Outsell's Analysis here.  

 

Intraspexion listed by NewGenApps in an AI top 10

On March 16, 2017, NewGenApps listed Intraspexion No. 8 in this article, "10 Artificial Intelligence Tools You Can Use." NewGenApps wrote: "Intraspexion is regarded as an early warning system to prevent potential litigation . It is based on the concept of deep learning where algorithms are used to help alert corporate counsel to litigation risks much before they have to handle the lawsuit. Intraspexion runs in the background and scans your company’s internal emails daily and flags significant litigation risks for further review. With Intraspexion the counselor may proactively avoid costly litigation and conduct privileged investigations." (Boldface added.)

 

Intraspexion recognized for PREDICTING LITIGATION in Communications of the ACM

On March 9, 2017, Joe Dysart featured Intraspexion in this article about deep learning applications. The article, titled “Predicting Lawsuits,” was published in Communications of the ACM, the venerable association for computing machinery. 

 

AI FOR LEGAL OPS AND CORPORATE COUNSEL—THE FIRST WAVE

In the March 2017 issue of the ACC Legal Ops Observer, in an article entitled “AI for Legal Ops and Corporate Counsel - The First Wave,” Jeff Cox (AVP-Legal Ops at Citigroup) featured Intraspexion and wrote, “Intraspexion is the ‘Minority Report’ of litigation.” 

In addition, he wrote this: “In looking for an apt analogy to describe how AI solves the first prong of the problem, Brestoff puts it best: ‘If Big Data is a lake, in-house legal teams are in the boat and can see only the surface. To catch a fish (either an advantage to take or risk to avoid), you need a fishing rod. That’s what Deep Learning is to Big Data.’ Rather than waiting for when risk ‘metastasizes into a lawsuit,’ Brestoff aims to provide legal departments with the tools to move from managing risk to avoiding risk.”

 

The Artificial Lawyer Year in Review: The New Era of Legal AI Begins

On December 19, 2016, Richard Tromans (in his Artificial Lawyer blog) wrote, “Then there are those start-ups such as Intraspexion that are using machine learning to help predict and prevent future litigation from happening.”

 

Intraspexion: The AI system that predicts future lawsuits

On December 16, 2016, for his Artificial Lawyer blog, Richard Tromans, a UK strategy and innovation consultant to the legal profession, posted a Q & A interview with Nick Brestoff. Tromans wrote that Intraspexion was “a new legal tech company that seeks to predict and prevent potential litigation before it happens. Think ‘Minority Report’, but using algorithms instead of pre-cogs.” And think pre-litigation instead of pre-crime.

 

3 TECHNOLOGIES SET TO MODERNIZE CORPORATE LEGAL DEPARTMENTS IN 2017

On December 15, 2016, Legaltech News mentioned Intraspexion in the above-entitled article.

 

Lawyers and Robots Working in Tandem: The Lawyers Applying AI TodaY

On November 18, 2016, Legaltech News mentioned Intraspexion in its weekly AI roundup.

 

From Counsel to Keyboard: The Multipronged Approach to Cybersecurity Compliance

On November 14, 2016, Legaltech News mentioned Intraspexion in this article about how Pillsbury, FireEye and Thomson Reuters “bet they’re better than the ‘patchwork of industry standards’ currently guiding cybersecurity regulations.”

 

Compliance Came to the Forefront of Legal Technology in 2016

On November 11, 2016, Legaltech News mentioned Intraspexion in its article summarizing some of the trends in legal technology for 2016.

 

All Eyes on AI: The New Focus of Legal Tech?

On November 4, 2016, Legaltech News mentioned Intraspexion in its weekly focus on AI and machine learning in the legal world.

 

Why Lawsuits Will Become a Thing of the Past with This New Technology

On November 1, 2016, 52 Insights profiled Intraspexion CEO Nick Brestoff in an article about the use of AI in law. 

 

Legal IT News: Peppermint, Digital Courtrooms, Eclipse, nQueue, CloudNine, Heureka, Onit, World Software, Intraspexion + more

On October 31, 2016, Legal IT News listed Intraspexion in the headline and discussed Intraspexion in the article. The article referred to and quoted co-founder F. Scott Barker as follows:

F. Scott Barker, author of numerous database programming books, recipient of the Microsoft MVP Award, and a prolific dtSearch Engine third-party developer, has joined Intraspexion’s team as a co-founder. “For the first time in decades, I joined a startup team because this is a killer app for deep learning,” said Barker. “When combined with the power of dtSearch, Intraspexion is a dream come true for corporate and governmental users. Who doesn’t want less litigation?”   
 

10 A.I. tools to help your business

On September 20, 2016, VentureBeat listed Intraspexion as #4 on its list of 10 A.I. Tools to Help Your Business. 

 

Why Intraspexion’s Use of Deep Learning May Be Deeply Valuable

On September 8, 2016, because its first interview with Nick Brestoff reached “most viewed” status in the August 2016 issue AI Trends conducted a follow-up interview with Brestoff and asked him about the business case for using deep learning to achieve less litigation. 

 

Here’s What Happens When a Deep Litigator Understands Deep Learning

On August 22, 2016, AI Trends published an interview with Nick Brestoff. The article was the most viewed article that month (by far), despite publication towards the end of the month. 

When AI Trends asked Brestoff to explain why Intraspexion was attracting such high interest, Brestoff put it this way: “Litigation is like a dragon. It burns up profits, and no one has been able to curtail it. Intraspexion is a dragon-slayer with a new weapon: a deep-learning sword.” 

 

A Call to Legal Tech: AI is Here

On July 20, 2016, Intraspexion (spelled as Introspection) was mentioned in a Legaltech News interview with Larry Bridgesmith, CEO of Legal Alignment and Adjunct Law Professor at Vanderbilt University. In the interview Bridgesmith described Intraspexion as being “able to look into an organization's data and find the potential for legal violations before they occur and provide information on how to prevent them from occurring.” 

Note: Larry Bridgesmith, well known for having organized a conference at Vanderbilt about AI and the Law, joined the Intraspexion team during September of 2016.