“Thomson Reuters plugin with Microsoft 365 Copilot helps unlock the value of generative AI for legal professionals a global content and technology company, today brings forward its vision to redefine the future of professionals through generative artificial intelligence (AI). At a time of rapid global innovation, Thomson Reuters is at the forefront, helping its customers unlock the potential to automate workflows, provide powerful insights, and drive efficiencies with content-driven AI technology. Following Thomson Reuters announcement that it intends to invest more than $100 million annually on AI capabilities at its Q1 FY23 results, the company also today announces a new plugin with Microsoft 365 Copilot, Microsoft’s advanced AI experiences across its productivity suite. This integration will bolster efforts for redefined professional work starting with legal research, drafting, and client collaboration.“
- See also via YouTube: Joshua Kubicki – Short video talking about the impact of how embedded generative AI will influence lawyers’ work. Based on Microsoft Build’s demo of Thomson Reuters’ demo of Copilot in reviewing a legal contract. Also shows the Thomson Reuters demo of the same scenario.”
- See also Ars Technica – Built-in ChatGPT-driven Copilot will transform Windows 11 starting in June. Copilot is coming alongside another batch of new Windows 11 features this year.
- See also immigration lawyer Greg Siskind – I am testing an AI summarization tool using GPT4. Here’s a summary of the new 500 page Dignity Act immigration bill introduced today – https://acrobat.adobe.com/link/review?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:60ec300f-c0a7-3f24-b536-b0cf2f7ff630. The whole bill is at https://files.constantcontact.com/1849eea4801/6a9b029d-5eaa-4f7a-8ece-0fb89eaeb9b3.pdf.
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